Billboard Magazine’s #46 of the Top 100 Songs of 1961 was Dion’s Run Around Sue. Enjoy.
h/t Tammy Bruce
he were to claim he was not informed that militants stormed Benghazi, massacred our ambassador to Libya and his guards, and then and tried to blame in on a video no one had ever seen, or a budget that hasn’t been passed for four years? And he denied protection the compounds after multiple attacks and [...]
Via Andy @ Ace Of Spades HQ
Meet The Band video.
“Looks Like She Ate It” – to the tune of “Looks Like We Made It” and “The Girl with Emphysema” – to the tune the “Girl From Ipanema” Have other suggestions? Add them to the comments.
Seen at RIGHTWING NEWS Made me cry just a little bit, it did. Thanks!
Bore Patch points out that the National Anthem is Country music. And Conservatives seem to understand the “Country” part of Country better than (some) others. See the Lady Antebellum site for more made in the U.S.A. music goodness.
“Ian owns no fast car, never having taken a driving test, and has a wardrobe of singularly uninspiring and drab leisurewear. He still keeps a couple of off-road competition motorcycles, a few sporting guns and a saxophone which he promises never to play again.” He now lives on a farm in the southwest of England [...]
In 1968, Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” was released… six weeks after he was killed in a plane crash. Billboard Magazine’s #4 Song of 1968: Otis Redding – (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay
Gianornmongous (93 MB .wmv file) large (33 MB .avi file) video. Click picture to play. A sampling – well actually a large sampling – suitable for “speed-shopping” at 6-8 frames per second, of the long guns at Well-RegulatedMilitia.com/FFL.
(from Teachenor Clark) Oh, Hell Yes.
Dear Abby, Dear Abby … My feet are too long My hair’s falling out and my rights are all wrong My friends they all tell me they’re no friends at all Won’t you write me a letter, Won’t you give me a call Signed Bewildered Bewildered, Bewildered… [Chorus:] You have no complaint You are what [...]
Guitar Chords and Lyrics: I Heard You Been Layin’ My Old Lady By Rusty Weir G C G Well Joe I thought we’d just sit down and drink a beer G A7 D I know you’re wonderin why I called and asked here G G7 C A7 It’s around the town that you’ve been seein’ [...]
At Sharp As A Marble Kinda catchy.
“Let’s move before they raise the parking rate.” (click pic for tuneage) More for chords:
Frankenstein, by The Edgar Winter Group, 1973 Crank it Loud!
Locomotive Breath, by Jethro Tull on the Aqualung album
Traction Control proudly presents The Man Song
Track: Gitsum Artist: Hogjaw Now playing at Random Nuclear Strikes. Tam says, “Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside … Somewhere, a hippie just vapor-locked“. Go give it a listen.
When it’s real quiet, do you ever “hear” music when a fan motor or the Air Conditioner is running? The songs I “hear” with choir-like voices: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Auld Lang Syne God Bless America This is my personal affirmation that my soul is content and that I am a good and rightous [...]
Alien Ant Farm’s Smooth Criminal.
Christina Aguilera does Lady Marmalade. With Cowbell, Baby! For comparison, here is Patti LaBelle’s Original version. Enjoy.
Classic Alice Cooper tunage here .
“Gimme the beat, boys and free my soul; I wanna get lost in your rock and roll.” – Classic Dobie Gray tunage. (click pic to listen – mp3 file) I don’t care who you are, that’s some good stuff right there. Give it a listen, then go and buy the album.
“You Really Got a Hold on Me” was the first track recorded for The Beatles second LP With the Beatles, and features John Lennon on lead vocal with George Harrison on close harmony. A snippet of my latest genius: Instead of, “I love you madly … You really got a hold on me,” Try this: [...]