“This is really a monster song; no matter which dial you punch on that radio, you’ll hear this one.”
I don’t know about punching dials, but The Ides of March helped bring the horns back into rock with Vehicle (1970).
Lucky you. It’s Pizza Day via Lucky Chops.
Nice cover of Mel London‘s Cut You A-Loose.
GA-20 came onto my radar relatively recently, and they definitely got the sound.
Looks like it’s gonna be a nice weekend despite what everyone says. See you back here tomorrow.
GANJA GANJA HEY!
1. I Don’t Wanna Stand Up
2. Stirring In My Room
3. Today One Love, Tomorrow The World
4. Jamming Affairs
5. Three Little Surfin’ Birds
6. Kaya Bop
7. Glad To See You Cry
8. Is This Love Kills
9. Bye Bye Redemption
America Paz: “I spent three years playing on the street in Chile – when the video went viral my career changed.” More about her here.
Greensky Bluegrass‘ Living Over reminds me of some of the stuff I’d listen to on early morning cross-country roadtrips many years ago.
GA-20 does a mighty fine cover of Billy The Kid Emerson‘s No Teasin’ Around (1954). I need to pay more attention to these guys from Boston.
That’ll do for this edition of The Saturday Matinee. Rock on me bloogies, have a great weekend, and we’ll think of something else to do tomorrow.