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Pop Quiz for Friday - A Six-Pack of Favorites

A few favorite tunes that have been going through the headphones this week.  It’s Friday and the end of a long week so crank it up and have a great one! 301 more words

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Mothers of Invention: Bette Nesmith Graham

As the saying goes, “necessity is the mother of invention.”  In the late 1940’s single mother Bette Nesmith was an executive secretary at Texas Bank and Trust in Dallas.  603 more words

Mothers Of Invention

Everything's Coming up Rosebuds

“Blue Eyes” by The Rosebuds is a bouncy alternative pop song that sounds like the distant cousin of “Flowers on the Wall” by The Statler Brothers and… 195 more words

Video of the Week: "Head" trailer

Our video for this week is a rarely seen trailer for Bob Rafelson‘s Head (1968), the trippy cinematic debut (and swan song) of The Monkees… 39 more words

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Do You Think Robots Have A Dance Called 'The Human'?

The lateness of this post should indicate to everyone what kind of day it was in stay-at-home daddy land. It started off pretty smooth as usual and I almost thought it was going to be nothing to blog about. 822 more words


The Original (And Still Best) Princes of Pop

When I was ten or eleven years old and just discovering the Beatles, my attention was briefly diverted by the syndicated exploits of another group of boys with long hair and catchy songs. 2,007 more words


Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart

Sidney Thomas “Tommy” Boyce (September 29, 1939 – November 23, 1994) and Bobby Hart (born Robert Luke Harshman, February 18, 1939) were a prolific songwriting duo, best known for the songs they wrote for The Monkees. 13 more words

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