Life on Jupiter has changed dramatically since then.
Don’t ask me how I know.
Meet Patches the Horse.
That’s just bizarre, but it kept my attention for more than 15 seconds, so I’m posting the clever mashup featuring Iggy Pop and Peggy Lee. Little Willie John’s “Fever” will never sound the same. So where do we go from here? I’m stumped. Oh wait, I got it. Let’s slow it down a tad with some retroness.
It suits me, so it suits you. The Reverend Horton Heat‘s “Galaxy 500″ makes the nut.
Have a great weekend, folks. Be back here tomorrow for more of teh awesome.
The Great McGonigal, aka W.C. Fields, knew his cigar boxes.
And since the sentient voters of Scotland wisely chose to postpone secession from Great Britain for now, here’s this: my favorite Scottish band ever:
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band was oddly under appreciated in the US (except for a cult following in Cleveland) but was popular in the proto-punk theater-rock scene in Great Britain. Vambo Rools.
Have a great weekend, folks, and be back here tomorrow for more inanity.
The McCoys had a hit with 1964’s “Hang On Sloopy” and Sloopy was a hottie in this vid. The Ohio State Marching Band (aka TBDBINTL) coopted the song, and did their version, a capella, followed by the instrumental version, and recorded it ca.1970 on “Buckeye Battle Cry.”
Nice mashup of 60s TV with The Gentrys‘ 1965 hit “Keep On Dancing.” The song was released about the same time I fell in love with Ronnie Specter who told me she wanted to be my baby whoa oh oh oh oh.
“Blues For Juarez.” Texas roadtrip vid featuring The Iguanas has a nice slow groove. I got the ice, you got the beer, and the tunes are locked and loaded. Let’s roll.
Have a great weekend, folks. Be back here tomorrow.