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Saturday Matinee – James Burke, The Offspring & Full Blown Cherry (and a Yorkshire Pudding Recipe)

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I’ve posted this one before. It’s a clip from the BBC television series “Connections” (a segment from the 1978 episode entitled “The Trigger Effect“). The message is a good one, and since the missus and I are still binge-watching The Walking Dead, it seems appropriate.

Marc Bell, aka Marky Ramone (long time drummer for The Ramones) sits in with The Offspring. in 2013. This also seems appropriate due to the current rains in CA.

I don’t post many music videos that don’t have video, but I’ll make an exception for this one because it seems appropriate.

From the Utoobage description you can find your favorites:

01 Blitzkrieg Bop 00:00
02 Rockaway Beach 01:52
03 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 02:58
04 Cretin Hop 06:55
05 She’s The One 08:44
06 Judy Is A Punk 10:54
07 The KKK Took My Baby Away 12:59
08 Teenage Lobotomy 16:06
09 I Wanna Be Sedated 18:11
10 Do You Remember Rock ‘N’ Roll Radio 20:21
11 Beat On The Brat 22:56
12 Bop ‘Til You Drop 26:08

Judy Is A Punk” in Johnny Cash style is hilarious, and Elvis singing “Beat on the Brat” is awesome. That’s enough to keep your ears full while you’re searching for Yorkshire pudding recipes that don’t turn out like pizza crusts.

The following is not a video either, but it also seems appropriate.

simpsons-roast-sirloin-of-beef-with-yorkshire-pudding

Have a great appropriate weekend, folks.

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4 Responses to “Saturday Matinee – James Burke, The Offspring & Full Blown Cherry (and a Yorkshire Pudding Recipe)”

  1. wheels Says:

    There’s a whole line of “Pickin’ on ” CDs with bluegrass covers of various bands. I’ve got a few of them, including the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead, and Southern Rock. I also have “Beatle Country,” by the Charles River Valley Boys, and the cover CD of AC/DC songs in bluegrass style, Hayseed Dixie.

  2. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Wheels– My sister bought me an oddity years by the GrooveGrass Boyz. It was a mashup of bluegrass, rap and funk featuring Bootsy Collins.

  3. wheels Says:

    I’ve got that one, too! Love it.

  4. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Wheels — Working in Minnie Pearl’s signature holler “How-DEE!” made me laugh.

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