Category Archives: Music

  1. Do you remember!

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    December 1, 2022 by jacklovelace

    I would make a case that one of the greatest songs of all time is September by Earth Wind and …
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  2. I don’t want to do your dirty work

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    December 1, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Steely Dan. Dirty Work. Welcome every time.

  3. A commercial not a parade

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    November 24, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Maybe I wasn’t paying attention in recent years but the NBC Macy’s Parade coverage today was painful. It has little …
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  4. Miss Ross, tempo and no cherry

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    September 23, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Remember in Animal House when John Belushi was coming down the stairs and some would be college folkie was playing …
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  5. Dylan to Joe to great headline

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    June 23, 2022 by jacklovelace

    While out walking and listening to Sirius they played a Dylan classic “Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis blues …
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  6. Muskrat Love, err, Candelight

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    June 11, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Alright old people. Once upon a time Captain and Tennille had a popular catchy song called “Muskrat Love.” Well until …
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  7. Me and Meatloaf: Coach Meat, the Meat Test and Margarita Meat

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    January 21, 2022 by jacklovelace

    We had moved to Kansas City. I was interviewing for a job. The boss was sizing me up as we …
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  8. Bond yes, song no

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    October 12, 2021 by jacklovelace

    New Bond movie is very good. The new Bond song is horrible, more fitting for a funeral dirge.

  9. Great stuff from McCartney

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    July 31, 2021 by jacklovelace

    Rick Rubin and Paul McCartney talk beatles music, and I mean creation stuff, on a six part series on Hulu. …
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  10. Me and Rickie Lee

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    July 10, 2021 by jacklovelace

    I never thought much about Rickie Lee Jones. I enjoyed Chuck E’s in Love. I just never really intersected with …
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