Intrepid Wash Post writer, David Fahrenthold, uncovered a dirty secret: Donnie "snowflake" Trump has fake Time issues hanging in his properties with his face on the cover.
I think it's about time that we're due for a full-length prog rock cover album of the soundtrack to "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory" ...aren't we?
For me, the best covers go in a completely different direction from the original.
Having found this guy in the comments a while ago, you can pretty much guess who introduced C&L to the world of Señor Coconut.
Ah, the wonder of the cheesy lounge revival movement. When it's serious, it doesn't go over so well, but when it's done like this, it can be a fine form of expression.
Cover of the August issue of the New Yorker.
Is this week's Bloomberg Businessweek cover illustration "racist"?
William Shatner turned 80 this week, so I figured I'd post this Pulp cover (featuring Joe Jackson) from his Ben Folds- produced record Has Been. I was lucky enough to sing on this record and back the Shat up in some live performances and he was
Rockabilly queen (and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer) Wanda Jackson released her Jack White produced record The Party Ain't Over this week. This first single is a Bob Dylan cover, and the video is pretty darn cool. Happy Friday!
Hope y'all had a good Sunday.
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