Flashback Friday is back! On a Sunday! Freelance assignments overwhelmed me a bit this month, that's why I've largely been absent from LGM. That's the freelance life though, and hopefully.
A 1948 number one hit written by a California naturmensch and performed by an African-American jazz singer spawns countless renditions. Nat King Cole in a tuxedo.
A Credence Clearwater Revival song made even more famous by Tina Turner's dancing, plus Elvis and Mr. Spock. In 1969 Credence Clearwater Revival's John Fogerty wrote a song about a.
A 1950's African American shock rocker creates a classic spooky love song that gets perfected by Nina Simone. In honor of Halloween next week, I bring you a spooky American.
Jesus got his name in a cynical pop love song In 1989 British electronic band Depeche Mode released a song that your church youth leader can't decide if he hates..
A 60's Indian sitar melody lives on in funk, soul, and a TV Western soundtrack Let's go all the way back to the days of the British invasion in 1966.
Life and other commitments are getting in the way of me doing a proper post this week but I will return to regular blogging next week. If you want a.
A moderate hit in Europe became a monster when American teens found it in art film soundtrack. I was not a teenager in the 90's, but I was alive in.