Monthly Archives: May 2012

May 22

Beastie Boys – Pass the Mic (video)

Always one of my favorite Beastie Boys videos, and then there’s this verse from MCA that kicks it off: “If you can feel what I’m feeling then it’s a musical masterpiece / But if you can hear what I’m dealing with then that’s cool at least / What’s running through my mind comes through in […]

May 13

Grateful Dead with Pete Townshend – Wharf Rat (Live in 1981)

The Dead doing Wharf Rat back in 81. It’s about love, passion, loss, redemption, and more. And it rises and falls like a musical rollercoaster. And I mean that in a good way. Plus, you get to watch Pete Townshend dancing around in the background. Smash your guitar, Pete!

May 04

Pharaohe Monch – Got You (music video)

This may be my favorite hip hop song of the moment. A wicked, heavy metal style guitar riff with some funk underpinnings, with Pharoahe Monch delivering brilliant verse after brilliant verse. In the song, he takes on the persona of a crooked narcotics officer in LA, like Denzel Washington in Training Day. The song is, […]

May 03

J. Cole – Who Dat (music video)

You know what? I think this is my favorite J. Cole track. It’s currently one of my top 10 favorite hip hop tracks. I can’t get enough of this video. It’s a must watch. This guy has huge potential.

May 03

Bruce Springsteen – The Weight (Live, 2012)

From last night’s Bruce Springsteen show in Newark, NJ (Wednesday, May 2,  2012), Bruce covers The Band’s “The Weight” in tribute to the late, great Levon Helm. The video captures the audience singing along, too. A moving rendition.

John Lennon – Whatever Gets You Through The Night (video)

Came across this on the Facebooks earlier today. I didn’t know there was an official video! Lots of drawings come to life in this one.