“Ma’am do you know why I pulled you over?”
“What seems to be the officer, problem?”
“Stop resisting, ma’am.”
And that’s why it’s called a Ford Escape.
Which album cover is this?
[Image and captions found here, h/t Charlen806.]
Update: Cropped and tweaked the image for fun:
Oh My Lover, The Chiffons (1963) “Throughout rock and roll history, vocal groups have spent entire careers in search of hit bound melodies and captivating lyrics. In the reverse of that equation, the Chiffons garnered their greatest success because a hit song was in search of a group.” That song was not it. Their cover of Tonight’s The Night was.
[Top image: Sketch of unknown ANZAC Infantryman by David Barker, Gallipoli, 1915.]
Ain’t Misbehavin’, Django Reinhardt & Stéphane Grappelli (1937) Founded by Grappelli (violin) & Reinhardt (guitar) in 1934, Le Quintette du Hot Club de France included Louis Vola (double bass), Joseph “Nin-Nin” Reinhardt (rhythm guitar) and Roger Chaput (rhythm guitar). Ain’t Misbehavin‘ was co-written and first recorded by Thomas “Fats” Waller in 1929 for the comedy musical Connie’s Hot Chocolates.
The Corvelotubraguar, aka The Daedalus.
Seeing the Digital Future (confusion in 1961).
How the CIA weaponized art against the Soviets.
[Top image: Wallmartmuppet found here.]