Music Night, January 27, 2012

Sheesh. January is almost over already. This doesn’t seem right to me, like I’m suddenly whizzing faster and faster into old age and death. Stop! I’m still 27!

In case you’re new here, this is the part where you share favored music clips. No themes, no rules.

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88 thoughts on “Music Night, January 27, 2012

    • It was the 873rd space rock detected by NASA in the last two weeks.

      This will be the next budget item the Teapublicans will want to cut.

  1. I know it’s MUSIC night but this 1967 William F. Buckley interview of Saul Alinsky is fascinating if for nothing else, its calm demeanor. Talk about living in another world:

  2. This goes out to Republican Rep. Larry Pittman who believes hanging should again be legal for “abortionists, rapists, and kidnappers”.

    A typical repugnant teapottier didn’t pay much attention in history class

    • Thanks Ebb! I have a book somewhere with some of those but I never looked for them in digital form.

  3. All in all a shitty work week. Some good success on a project today after too many hours trying other methods. Then at the end of the day I had a old (w)(b)itchy woman tell me one of my programs was “awful”.

    This helps.

  4. I’m having some ‘Recall Walker’ beer tonight. Sprecher Dopple Bock from Glendale, Wisconsin! Not the first Sprecher I’ve had, but the first time with this brew.

  5. One of my usual videos to play ….. but *this* is different…..

    Metallica, Enter Sandman….. cover by the Mini Band.

  6. BTW, Weds night was Burns Night….. haggis is eaten….. whisky is drunk but before that….. a poem is read to the haggis…..

  7. More from north of the border…… Simple Minds… songs of the 80s…. wow – college flashback on this one…

    • No not the gyrating girl in the black top shown above….. but Carolyn was her name.

  8. Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox…. the Eurythmics. Annie Lennox is definitely one of the most beautiful women of her generation and what a voice….

  9. *The* blues band to see in Edinburgh in the late 80s. I loved to catch these fellas in the Preservation Hall just off the Royal Mile with my g/f Kathy….

  10. Craig and Charlie – Edinburgh.. they were famous for ‘I’m Gonna Be – 500 miles’ but this is one of my favourites. What a love song….

  11. This Scottish band was made famous by Nirvana’s Unplugged album – they featured a couple of Vaselines songs.

  12. Bit of a stretch, but AC/DC was mostly exported Scotsmen (exported to Australia).

  13. Well sports fans I will kick back now and salute the haggis (I’m second gen Scots after all) with a glass of Glenlivet…..

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