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dVerse Poetics: MTB - Music From a Passing Radio

Today at dVerse Poetics, Meeting the Bar, Bjorn has given us the prompt of “Time Machine” – flashbacks, memories of the past. Come and join us at dVerse. 504 more words

General Poetry

Significant Songs (83)

She’s Gone

In 1973, I heard a new song played on a late-night radio show. It was a soulful love song, with great saxophone solos, and a large orchestra. 528 more words

Nostalgia And Reflections

Not Even ‘Hall & Oates’ Music Can Save A Florida Man From Jail Time

Daryl Hall & John Oates might be the most successful selling musical duo of all time, but they probably never expected their music to be associated with the “Sheriff of Nottingham” and a “woman with fangs.” 284 more words

Features

A Florida Man Danced To Hall & Oates On Top Of A Police Cruiser Because Vampires

Today in Florida news, a 44-year-old man named Christian Radecki drove to the Cape Coral home of Lee County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Frederic Janke, got out of his car (which was still running with the radio blasting, I should add), climbed on top of Janke’s police vehicle and danced to Hall & Oates’ “Rich Girl.” After that song ended, he continued dancing to Supertramp’s “Goodbye, Stranger,” before causing the following mayhem, according to… 147 more words

Web Culture

A Timmy Sean Three-fer: Timmy Dials Up the Volume, Softens the Sounds, and Pays Homage With His Latest Songs of the Week

In our quest to catch up with Timmy Sean’s Songs of the Week project, we’ve been hard at work in our well-appointed studio digging the latest tunes, one of which showcases Timmy with all guitars blazing, another that brings down the volume for an acoustic triumph, and still… 676 more words

Alan Haber

Florida man arrested after dancing to Hall & Oates on sheriff’s SUV to stave off ‘vampires’

A Florida man says he danced along to Hall and Oates and Supertramp on top of a Sheriff’s patrol car and ripped the windshield wipers off because he was trying to protect neighbouring children from vampires, according to a police report. 262 more words

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