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I'm So Glad I Found Someone Just Like You

How many times do you hear a song credited to someone and you have to listen carefully to find where they are? Usually, people who sing are heard handling the lead vocal. 455 more words



That fifth photo in the Melania GQ spread completely bewilders me. She’s in the jet’s cockpit, yes, but what the hell is she wearing? It looks like something she copped from Isaac Hayes’ wardrobe. 31 more words


Warning/Walk On By

Biggie’s “Warning” took a sample from Isaac Hayes’ awesome version of “Walk on By”.

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(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding (1968)

When I started to write this blog it was with the intent on covering my vinyl singles and albums I had bought during the 70’s and 80’s. 341 more words


Feelin' Alright? Traffic (Dave Mason); Joe Cocker; The Osmonds with Isaac Hayes

Hello there! In this week’s blog we consider the song Feelin’ Alright? This is a classic R&B song from the late 60s. We will start with the original song by Traffic, and then we will review covers from Joe Cocker, and also by Isaac Hayes & the Osmond Brothers. 3,144 more words

Rock And Roll

I Heart New York (Escape From New York, 1981)

1981’s Escape from New York was a large change from the Fog and Halloween.   There were no supernatural elements and it was not a slasher.  Instead, it was a straight up action film set in the distant future of 1997.  271 more words

Action Movies

Escape From New York (1981)

THIS DYSOPTIAN VIEW of a troubled America, where crime rate has risen to 400% is the setting of our sixth instalment of the John Carpenter Early Years discussions on Surgeons of Horror. 231 more words

Horror Film