Is nothing sacred?Why is the shack that was Muddy Waters' birthplace not a national shrine?oh it is children,yes it is.And I think he made it to postage stamp status,but I could be imagining that...
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition-now that's my kind of tune.
Facts of 1978:
Rhodesia's Prime Minister Ian D. Smith and three black leaders agree on transfer to black majority rule (Feb. 15).
US Senate approves Panama Canal neutrality treaty (March 16); votes treaty to turn canal over to Panama by year 2000 (April 18...
Facts about 1967:
Racial violence in Detroit; 7,000 National Guardsmen aid police after night of rioting. Similar outbreaks in New York City's Spanish Harlem, Rochester, N.Y., Birmingham, Ala., and New Britain, Conn. (July 23).
Thurgood Marshall sworn in as first...
I've always loved old music, and honestly, it drives me nuts when someone complains "That's ooolllldddd, lets listen to something new...." Really? No...I like my old music, and if you don't, well play something for yourself off your Ipod...but leave me with my old musicActually...
I collect records, they range from the classical Mozart and Beethoven, to the late 60s early 70s. Music before the 90 was amazing and actually had meaning, now all the music is the same and have similar lyrics. Sadly We will never get another Tchaikovsky, a bill Haley, the...
wow do any one remember house parties and slow jams and record players ever thing now is CD the music that made you feel good got you in the mood what was your favor song some time i wish dose day would come back
I was in Target the other day ,buying some "blank CDs" to make some compilation discs.The young employee informed me that they were no longer going to carry them ,as CDs were going to be replaced by computer "flash drives" Although I have not been able to substantiate this,what a...
Modern music is mainly rap or techno. Which i personally think is annoying. I would rather listen to ACDC and Elton John then Lil Wayne and Eminem or something. Sure i do like some modern day music but i prefer oldies then modern.
60's-90's...I swear some of the best music is from that era. It isn't utter stupidity talking about females, money and irrelevant things. Most music from back then has a good beat and meaning. There still is some good music from this era but I find myself being more of a fan of...
old-style music. I am really open to most types of music; one type simply gets boring and overplayed. A fun twist I've recently discovered became a reality by Scott Bradlee and his band Postmodern Jukebox. Simply put, they take popular pop music and give it an old style...
land is dark
And the moon is the only light we'll see
No I won't be afraid
Oh, I won't be afraid
Just as long as you stand, stand by me
So darling, darling
Stand by me, oh stand by me
Oh stand, stand by me
Stand by me
If the sky that we look upon
Should tumble and fall
John Lee Hooker
Blue Oyster Cult
My taste is old school.
My playlist consists of people like:
Tupac, Air Supply, Beatles, Elton John, Elvis, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, classic love songs, and other great hits from a long time ago.
A great song is a great song no matter how old it is.