It’s been a stressful week, and I often turn to the classics when things get rough. One of those classics is the Rolling Stones with Mick Taylor on guitar. Here’s one of their greatest songs, best heard live
Still catching up from being away a little over a week. Not coming back seems like a better option with each passing minute. But it is a Friday, which should mean good music. Enjoy some Dead Weather.
This gentleman covered the entire Beatles catalog a couple of years ago. You can find him here. I am going to be away next week. Some posts may appear, but I will be even more slow than normal responding to comments. (And that’s slow!)
The American Dollar has great tracks for writing and for just listening. Spacious, meditative, and colorful, music. Another discovery made via Spotify, which continues to impress with its recommendations.
Most movies tend to include pretty terrible music. There have been some great soundtracks from composers like Henry Jackman, Hans Zimmer, and Howard Shore, but when it comes to pop and rock well, bleah. The Guardians of the Galaxy films have been a rare bright spot, and now we have Baby Driver, a movie named […]
I’m falling behind on my tributes. 🙁
H/T to Open Culture for this beautiful find.
I shared a great picture of Grand Central Station on Wednesday. Let’s make it a theme! This video was made with yarn and lights, not computer animation! There are some details on the Vimeo page. I have to confess, though, I’d like to see that done with “Graham Central.” Have a good weekend!
Alex tosses some rhymes. It’s probably even funnier if you know the songs. Have a good weekend.
The Lumineers tend to put me in a good mood, regardless of what’s going on. There’s an awful lot of over-produced music around, and that’s coming from a guy who listens to prog bands like Genesis, Rush, Yes, and Pink Floyd. The Lumineers sound like a bunch of folks that are having a good time. […]