collins2 April 10

Phil Collins – In The Air Tonight (music video)

“Well if you told me you were drowning, I would not lend a hand / I’ve seen your face before, my friend, but I don’t know if you know who I am / Well I was there and I saw what you did / I saw it with my own two eyes / So you […]

dylan1 April 09

Bob Dylan – Changing Of The Guard (Live in 1978)

Gentlemen, he said / I don’t need your organization, I’ve shined your shoes! / I’ve moved your mountains and I’ve marked your cards / But Eden is burning! / Either get ready for elimination / Or else your hearts must have the courage for the changing of the guards! This clip of “Changing Of The Guard” is from the Nashville […]

prince April 08

Prince – Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad? (Live in 1982)

Why you wanna treat me so bad / When you know I love you? / How can you do this to me / When you know I care? Prince is not a fan of YouTube. That’s why, in general, you’ll almost never find anything Prince related that stays online for more than a month or […]

u2 April 07

U2 – Two Hearts Beat As One (music video)

“I don’t know how to say what’s got to be said / I don’t know if it’s black or white / There’s others see it red! / I don’t get the answers right / I’ll leave that to you” I picked up a used copy of the deluxe reissue of War the other day. Used, because I’m not paying […]

sweatshirt April 06

Earl Sweatshirt – Grief (music video)

You might not know it yet, but Earl Sweatshirt has a new record out. It’s called I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside. It was released on March 23th – about two weeks ago. The video for “Grief”, the first single, was released on March 16th. Sweatshirt himself has been complaining about the promotion […]

squeeze April 05

Squeeze – Black Coffee In Bed (music video)

Today feels like a day that’s going to be all about songs about coffee. Here’s one. Squeeze doing “Black Coffee In Bed”, one of their greatest tracks. This is the old school music video you remember from when you were a kid. The song is from their 1982 record Sweets From A Stranger.

green April 02

Al Green – How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? (Live on Soul! in 1972)

Al Green covers a Bee Gees song. Released on his 1972 record Let’s Stay Together, this version is live on the TV show Soul! As usual, powerful stuff from the reverend.


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