I was thinking, let’s do something new (and simple) for today’s Music Monday since I haven’t been here for a couple weeks (and I wrote a LONG post that got eaten). So I think that there are a few things worth knowing about Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye by The Steam. Continue reading Music Monday: Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye by Steam
Welcome to Music Monday! Trying to get back on this regular posting schedule. The song tonight is When I’m Gone, and the theme is genre-bending. The original song is by 3 Doors Down, but this, like the title says, a bluegrass cover. There’s something incredibly satisfying about taking a thing and making it something completely different.
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Happy Easter, everyone! Life has been crazy enough even Music Monday has been a challenge. But, I was talking about blogging with someone today, and thought “Hey, I should do that again.” Today, in honor of Easter Monday, you have “Hallelujah, Resurrection Day”, written by Larry Shackley and sung by the Weaverville United Methodist Church.
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I’m not crying you’re crying.
So let me tell you about Supernatural, and about why Happy Ending by Mika, this week’s Music Monday feature, is forever connected with Sam and Dean Winchester in my head. Continue reading Music Monday – Happy Ending by Mika (Supernatural Vid)
Better late than never, right? Welcome to Music Monday. Today, A Month From Now/Whatever You Like by the Rail Yard Ghosts. I’ve been existing lately with songs stuck in my head, but like metonyms I really only retain a single line that, for good or ill represents the entire song for me. Today’s reminds me of the commoditization of the human person. Continue reading Music Monday: A Month From Now/Whatever You Like by Rail Yard Ghosts
Did you know that the classic, and many-times-done Minnie the Moocher has a sequel? I did not, until I heard Minnie The Moocher’s Wedding Day on the Juggernaut Jug Band’s “Don’t Try This At Home” album. While many older artists have done this song, I really love the jazzy and smooth style of this one. Check it out below the cut.