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Little Things That Make A Big Difference – Piano Lesson




Nine Tracks To Enjoy From The Twenty Year History Of The White Stripes

A sure sign of success for a band is earning an appearance on The Simpsons, a show which during its run has featured three of the four members of The Beatles. Other rock legends such as the Who, U2, Smashing Pumpkins, REM, the Rolling Stones and Elvis Costello have also made it on the show, which marked its debut back in 1989. One of the more modern bands to find its way to The Simpsons was the White Stripes, who served as the central focus of “Jazzy and the Pussycats” in 2006…

Best Fifteen Bands Who Have Y In Their Names

A fellow music enthusiast just borrowed a CD that I encouraged him to hear, figuring he would appreciate the style mixing several genres. I was disappointed when he returned the album, What For by Toro Y Moi, admitting that he found it too inaccessible. What bewildered me more, though, was his second remark.

The Ten Best Albums From 1989, The Last Year Of Vinyl Recordings Before Recent Revival

An earthquake postponed the World Series between the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants. The primary access to the Internet came through something called dial-up, and the main phone contacts were made via land line. That year, which was 1989, also marked the last time a popular record company made its last vinyl edition.

These Great Apology Songs Have Nothing To Be Sorry About

For some reason missed an episode of one of my favorite music programs, Sound Opinions from National Public Radio. Fortunately, I was able to revisit the show via the Internet but, after listening to it, I can say that I am literally sorry for not hearing it live. Sorry was indeed the theme of the episode where the hosts, Chicago music journalists Greg Kot of the Tribune and Jim DeRogatis of the Sun Times, discussed the best apology songs in rock history.

The Best Songs With Only Four Letters In The Title

The local classic rock station kicks off the noon lunch hour each weekday by playing songs that are connected in some way, such as sharing a word in their titles or featuring a common theme. A recent show grouped a set of songs that all had just four letters in their titles, even though the disc jockey quickly discounted the smash hit by the Village People because its title was an acronym. Lola by the Kinks immediately came to mind, but the station played three others before it got to that one…

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