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Obscure song of the day

Suzy and The Red Stripes. OK, all of you McCartney fans know them, just like you know The Fireman. You can’t mistake the voice.

Here with Paul McCartney singing lead is “Seaside Woman”. 41 more words


Go Now: Bessie Banks; The Moody Blues; Tin Machine.

Hello there! This week’s entry is Go Now, a really fine R&B song from the mid-60s. We will begin with the original by Bessie Banks. We will then discuss the most widely-known version of this tune by The Moody Blues, and then finish with a cover by Tin Machine. 2,328 more words

Rock And Roll

Japanese Tears

That was Zen…

…this is Meow

PussyFoots interpretation and admiration of Feline Filosophy

Japanese Tears album 1980

All songs written by Denny Laine, except where noted. 55 more words


Again and Again and Again

Well things were fine all the summer long
Then things changed, so where did we go wrong?
We can run but we cannot hide
In the greener grass on the other side. 70 more words


Denny Laine

Denny Laine

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article is about the English musician. For the Irish public figure, see Denny Lane. 1,844 more words