Monthly Archives: November 2014

November 07

Gov’t Mule with Jackie Greene – Crime In The City (Live In 2014)

This past Friday – Halloween – I drove down to Cincinnati to see Gov’t Mule play at the Taft Theatre. It was Mule-O-Ween. Jackie Greene was joining the band for a set of Neil Young tunes. They were calling it Young Mule. As a lifelong Neil freak, how could I not go? And it was an […]

November 06

Genesis – Dance On A Volcano (Live in 1980)

“Dance On A Volcano” is from Trick Of The Tail, the first album that had Phil Collins at the vocal helm. It’s still very progrock – which I like. Here’s the band – after Steve Hackett left – playing it on the Duke tour in 1980.

November 04

Kendrick Lamar – i (official music video)

“I love myself!” That’s the chorus refrain from “i”, Kendrick Lamar’s new single. And here’s the music video, just uploaded to YouTube today. Nice Isley Brothers sample, some fancy footwork from Lamar, and a reference to One Nation Under a Groove at the beginning of the video. Some good verses from Lamar, too.

November 03

Wang Chung – Everybody Have Fun Tonight (music video)

Listen up, people! Can I be serious for a minute here? I think everybody needs to Wang Chung tonight. So click the play button.

November 02

The Beastie Boys – Intergalactic (music video)

I was living in New York when Hello Nasty was released. They were promoting the record in the city with to go coffee cups imprinted with the Hello Nasty cover design. It was 1998, so pre broadband everywhere, and pre YouTube. I got to watch the video online at work, where we had a broadband […]