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Hungry, were they ever, hungry, those that made decisions, Solomon was evening the odds, those weeds needed uprooting` and he’d reason to act, they never listen, Solomon was reminiscing, driven from sleep, the hearts of the hungry ones, was there no man among them, any of them, the righteous leaders, far away the fire, the home troubles ignored, it wasn’t wisdom, to think they could overcome the laws of love and survive, who were they serving, the words of Jesus rang true, spoken 2,000 years earlier, still held sway today, the rulers of this world accountable, and it was all known, every devious secret, even the deceivers, everything was known to God Most High. 207 more words



Cynthia Lennon passed away earlier today. Her son, Julian, broke the news on his website. Julian’s father is, of course, John Lennon. Cynthia was 75 years old. 826 more words

40 Years of Saturday Night Live! - Season Two, Episode Three (Eric Idle)

Host: Eric Idle

Musical Guests: Joe Cocker; Stuff

Cast: Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner – i.e. the “Not Ready For Primetime Players” 2,475 more words

Monday's #MorningMusic Wrap-Up - March 23 - 29, 2015

March 23th

Who knows what tomorrow brings
In a world few hearts survive

from “Up Where We Belong” by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes

Joe’s raspy voice is perfect for this gritty song about love from “An Officer and a Gentleman”. 263 more words

Music & Videos

You don't owe me…

Most performers won’t even try to pull off an optimistic, idealistic song that makes you feel good, but Joe never shied away.


Mad Dogs

“Mr. Bell, can you believe this? They brought me out here all the way from Los Angeles, California. Because they didn’t want no girl from Chocolate City. 644 more words

Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: March 28 in Classic Rock History

Aerosmith rocked the Music Hall in 1978. What was their most recent album at that point?

ANSWER: “Draw the Line” – released December 1977

What else happened on this day in rock n’ roll history? 206 more words