“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.
The Cabin Kids from “Teacher’s Beau” in 1935. [via].
Too Many Zooz crank it.
Trumpet player Matt Doe, baritone saxophonist Leo P. and drummer David “King of Sludge” Parks have been rocking the [NYC] subways since August . Doe, 21, and Leo P., 22, first became friends while attending the Manhattan School of Music, while Leo P. and Parks played together in another busking band, the Drumadics. They all came together with a simple goal: to make some extra cash [via].
Lucky Chops is/are a bit more elaborate and include some cool moves (the trombone player even does the Mashed Potato).
Not bad for buskers. Have a great weekend, and we’ll see you shortly.