July 12, 2009

Def Leppard “Rock of Ages (Live 1983)”…Plus Supergrass, Chuck Berry, Spinal Tap

Posted in Tunes tagged , , , at 1:08 pm by The Snob

def leppard rock of agesSelective Service Report:

Click here to go to SS to check Def Leppard “Rock of Ages (Live 1983)”, Supergrass “Pumping On Your Stereo”, Chuck Berry “Roll Over Beethoven”, Spinal Tap “This One Goes to Eleven” & “The Majesty of Rock”, and more.

Bob Dylan “Blowin’ In The Wind”…Plus Some Tom Petty, Chuck Berry, and Bruce Springsteen

Posted in Tunes tagged , , , at 12:28 pm by The Snob

Bob Dylan harmonicaWeekly Tape Deck Report:

Click here to go to WTD to check Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in The Wind”, Chuck Berry “Back In The USA”, Tom Petty’s “American Girl”, and Bruce Springsteen “Born in The USA”

A Nice Batch of Live Outfield…Including “Say It Isn’t So” & “All The Love”

Posted in Tunes tagged at 12:20 pm by The Snob

outfield play deep

Popdose Report:

Click here to go to Popdose to check a batch of live Outfield “Say It Isn’t So”, “All The Love”, “Your Love”, “61 Seconds”, “Everytime You Cry”, “Somewhere in America”, and more…

Ron Sexsmith Covers Paul McCartney and Wings “Listen To What The Man Said”

Posted in Covers, Tunes tagged , , at 11:32 am by The Snob

paul mccartney and wings listen to what the man saidHero Hill Report:

Click here to go to HH to check Ron Sexsmith covering Paul McCartney & Wings “Listen to What The Man Said”

Eric Burdon and The Animals “Sky Pilot (Parts I & II)

Posted in Tunes tagged , at 11:25 am by The Snob

eric burdon and the animals sky pilotSiblingshot on The Bleachers Report:

Click here to go to SOTB to check Eric Burdon & The Animals “Sky Pilot (Parts I & II)”…nice post by ib…this tune is a favorite of my Pops.  He used to play “Sky Pilot”,  “San Franciscan Nights”, and “Monterey” all the time when we were little kids. 

Good memories of a stack of 45’s being played, and the family taunting eachother while playing the dice game Yahtzee.

Voodoo Glow Skulls Cover Guns n Roses “Used to Love Her”

Posted in Covers, Tunes tagged at 2:28 am by The Snob

guns n roses lies

Rock God Cred Report:

Click here to check the Voodoo Glow Skulls cover Guns n Roses “Used to Love Her”…cool little cover.

Buy “Lies”

Janis Joplin “Kozmic Blues”…From The Release of The Double CD “Janis Joplin Woodstock Experience”

Posted in Notable News, Record Review, Tunes tagged , at 2:07 am by The Snob

Janis Joplin Woodstock ExperienceRock God Cred Report:

This will be the first of five great new releases of the Woodstock Experience sessions that we will visit.  The cd’s are being released to coincide with the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival.  They pair a keystone album by the artist with a second disc of their live set at the original Woodstock Concert 8/17/69.

The first cd we will take a look at is the pairing of Janis Joplin’s “I Got Dem Ol’ Kozmic Blues Again Mama” & the second cd has their live set at Woodstock.  One listen to the “Kozmic Blues” album, and you will think it’s the female version of Otis Redding backed by the “Stax” house band.  This album has aged well…I do believe most remember Janis as the screaming blues singer that fronted Big Brother, and they leave it at that. Oh yes…there are a few shrieks, and screams, but there is a ton of soul here.  Plenty of money songs on this one…”Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)”, “To Love Somebody (Bee Gees cover)”, “As Good As You ‘ve Been to This World”, “Kozmic Blues”, and more.

Plus you get Janis’ love set at Woodstock that includes: “Raise Your Hand”, “As Good as You’ve Been to This World”, “To Love Somebody”, “Summertime”, “Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)”, “Kozmic Blues”, “Can’t Turn You Loose (Otis Redding cover previously unissued)”, “Work Me Lord”, “Piece of My Heart”, and “Ball and Chain”…two cd’s full of blues and bliss!

Buy “Janis Joplin Woodstock Experience”…plus check her live performence of “Work Me Lord”

Click here to check Woodstock.com…lot’s of stuff here.

Click here to check Janis Joplin “Kozmic Blues”…diiiig this tune.

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