Throw this on at 11:00 on New Year's Eve and watch the fun. Because sometimes the very best thing to do is to shut up and dance. Herb Alpert - "Zorba
In honor of it being the last date for next 100 years that ends this way 123... ...007
Once upon a time there was a man named Santy Runyon who, among other things, played at "The Coliseum", which was then owned by one Alphonse Capone o
A sad, beautiful, timely dirge from a master. (h/t Brilliant at Breakfast and RIPCoco)
A little tired? Hauling a few extra holiday pounds? Long, cold nights got you down? Let the Good Reverend put a little giddy-up in your get-along.
I wonder if Jesus' kid had these issues?
For decades, scientists and nativity theoreticians have speculated as to what a Tom Waits Christmas might look and sound like. Was such a thing even p
An as yet unsigned band called bill...And when they've gotten huge and gone mad with rock star power and are despoiling virgins in your area by the jo
Cheese and crackers, Thelma Lou! What in the world has gotten into these kids today with their crazy hair, their e-lectrical guitars and that yeah-yea
How to cook a batch of pure, unstepped-on science fiction geek musical heroin: Mix one part flawlessly-edited video from Battlestar Galactica [The go
In every profession, if you have a healthy age-mix of people in the workplace, there comes the incident when a younger colleague is suddenly faced wit
A little sumpin sumpin for all our brothers and sisters in arms out there trying in a hundred ways and in a thousand places to push back the darkness.
John Lee and the Bee. OK, Mr. Hooker, your turn. Please spell "She who comes 'round here at 'bout midnight"? G L O R I A (The John Lee Hooker/Van
Turns out, this year Christmas Eve is also a full moon. Ergo I believe this now technically qualifies as a Holiday Classic. After all, nothing says "
For those of us who once needed to take our classical music in small doses mashed up with a little spaghetti, there was Ennio Morricone. ...Who gave u