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Rocks In The Attic #387: Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers - ‘Jive Bunny: The Album (1989)

It says something that at the height of hip hop culture, when teens in urban America were rapping over samples of James Brown and Kool & The Gang, a couple of blokes in Rotherham, England were dong far less cool things with samples. 265 more words


Mars on Marathon Day*


I have to thank a certain Glen Miller for playing Bowie day after day in the senior dayroom.  He was just a year above me, but he seemed so advanced in his music taste. 177 more words

Pop Music

Survivors of Jewish sites shooting victims plan remembrance

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas (AP) — The families of three people who were shot to death outside two Jewish sites in Kansas are planning a week to remember and heal. 102 more words


WireENTERTAINMENT: The arranger behind the Grammy-winning Tony Bennett/Lady Gaga album talks recording then and now

By Jack Firneno
Wire Editor

As far as 88-year-old music arranger Marion Evans is concerned, Hollywood reached its apex of its ability to create music for musicals back in the ‘30s. 955 more words

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At Last

Etta James was a singer who managed to cross all the usual boundaries of style and genre. Big ballads were here forte, but she was also accepted as a Blues Singer, Jazz singer, and as one of the greats of Soul Music. 259 more words

Nostalgia And Reflections