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John Williams - 20th Century Fox Fanfare

John Williams – “20th Century Fox Fanfare” – (1980)

You probably didn’t notice, but a few months ago I did three songs in a row: the first with “16” in the title, then “17” and “18.” This week we are doing 19-21 and there aren’t a whole lot of songs with “20” in the title, hence this. 79 more words


Fat Joe & Remy Martin - Plata O Plomo (Album Review)

Is it fair to say that Fat Joe and Remy Ma are the closest thing to Kim and Big in todays hip hop? With Fat Joe being such a polished veteran in the game, he is able to provide this star appeal that translates well into major club hits – While Remy Ma is a bit more street than Joe, bringing this gutter MC sound; when you combine the two styles, you should be excited as a hip hop fan for this album.  789 more words


Steely Dan - Hey Nineteen

Steely Dan – “Hey Nineteen” – (1980)

Not a lot of rock songs from the 1980s could be described as “beautiful.” I submit this as the exception. 50 more words


Top 21 of 1967 - #1

#1 – The Beach Boys – “Good Vibrations” – (1967)

“Good Vibrations” was released as a stand alone single in October 1966. It appeared on  116 more words


Top 21 of 1967 - #2

#2 – Aretha Franklin – “Respect” – (1967)

One of the greatest soul records of all time, “Respect” was originally written and recorded by Otis Redding in 1965. 26 more words


Top 21 of 1967 - #3

#3 – Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell – “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” – (1967)

This might be the best “Motown” song (even though technically it was released on Tamla label, which is what Motown was called first). 62 more words


The Search for a Better Job & Other Self Discoveries

So what have I discovered this week?

I have realised that job hunting is not all it’s cracked up to be. I have applied and chased up over twenty jobs in the past month alone with little to no reply. 325 more words