Drop That Sack, Papa Charlie Jackson (1925) Papa Charlie Jackson (1887-1938) provided a bridge between ragtime and blues, and has the distinction of being one of the creators of “Hokum” – songs filled with sexual euphemisms and innuendo (Drop That Sack is one). Among his 66 recordings are several in which he accompanied classic female blues singers, such as Ma Rainey, Ida Cox and Hattie McDaniel (yes, THAT Hattie McDaniel).
Flight 25 is pure awesome space surf lounge rock.
Showers expected August 10th through the 13th.
These unnecessary abusive experiments should piss you off.
[Top image: I lost the source and don’t know the location. A Tineye search is a little help; the earliest online appearance is ca. 2013.]
It’s true, and Cleveland spelled backwards is DNA level C.
In 1978, Mark Gubin painted “Welcome to Cleveland” on the roof of his Bay View building as a joke for planes passing over on their way to Mitchell International Airport. Despite its age, the sign went viral online in 2015, bringing Gubin renewed notoriety.
[Inspiration h/t Pam M. via FB.]
[Sent via email, h/t Nancy H.]