He was 30 years old when he ripped up The Judy Garland Show in 1964. From the Utoobage comments:
“The ‘Best Boy Dancer’ happened to be the choreographer for this dance. His name is Bobby Banas. He also played Joyboy in Westside story.”
I’d say the girl did a bang up job but she got no credit.
Al Jackson Jr., Steve Cropper, Duck Dunn, Booker T. Jones,
aka Booker T. & the M.G’s, groovin’ in 1971.
Zontar Venus. You’re on you’re own with this one. [h/t Gord S.]
Modern soulfunkgroove (with some serious technical music skills embedded).
MonoNeon: lead vocal, background vocals, guitar, bass;
Davy Nathan: keyboards, drum programming.
Guess that’ll do for now. Hope the summer heat is cooling down to a more tolerable level for y’all, and remember: it ain’t the heat, it’s the humanity. See you back here tomorrow.
[Top graphic found here. Booker T. Jones‘ image found here.]
I read an opinion recently in a nation-wide Sunday publication [Parade Magazine] suggesting that organ donation should be mandatory by default, unless a person acts and chooses to “opt out.” Think that one through, and it should scare the hell out of you.
Dampfmaschine is awesome.
I’m OK is a cool animation with an interesting historical background, found here.
Jimmie Vaughan has been overlooked for way too long IMO.
Here’s a bonus: Jimmie Vaughan filling in for Steve Cropper with Booker T. Jones:
Have a great weekend, folks. We’ll be back here tomorrow for more cool stuff.