Posts Tagged ‘Retro’
Everyone in town said he was a pain in the rear.
Boxcar Willie’s “Winds Of Yesterday” is pretty cool ol’ country.
Not sure where we’re going with this, so let’s go retro with Little Isador and The Inquisitors.
Have a great weekend, folks, and be careful goin’ home.
The Illustrated Police News, 19th century
Timelapse of fireflies by Vincent Brady [via].
Pete Daily‘s “Over The Waves” from 1951: Daily on cornet, Burt Johnson trombone, Pud Brown clarinet, Skippy Anderson piano, Len Esterdahl banjo, Bud Hatch tuba and Hugh Allison drums.
Red Nichols & His Five Pennies rocked your grandparents, assuming your grandparents were entirely cool and bitchin’. (Of course they were.)
Have a great weekend, folks. Be back here tomorrow for more inanity.
Couldn’t make it through the original version. Then we thought we’d look for some recent retro bands and found this.
Contrary to popular belief, doowop (aka R&B aka Rhythm & Blues) was not the only form of early rock and roll, so let’s kick it up with some Retrobilly.