I was amazed when I mentioned Sister Rosetta Tharpe and so few people even knew who she was. I found this documentary made by the BBC. It’s a must-watch for any music lover. I hope once you watch this 15 minute video, and then you’ll want to learn all about her music. She was truly amazing, and needs to be appreciated for the unique talent she was. Here’s another gr8 example of her playing and singing.
“All the elements of a satisfying read”
Breezy and deep, this book has all the elements of a satisfying read. I vividly remember the era, and have met many of the characters the author describes. Just like the first time I saw This Is Spinal Tap and I cringed instead of laughing at myself, Howard’s characters are that real and I can truly identify with the his depiction of the period. I highly recommend to any music fan.
Got to love this madman. His song about the radio is raw and truthful just like his message:
Stop paying to police the un-policeable.
Stop jailing sick people.
Collect revenue, eliminate the criminal incentive,
and legalize all crimes against one’s self.
My favorite loud mouth:
This combo rocks, and singer Emily Jayne gets autobiographical when she talks about being a loud mouth.
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(music to improve your game)
This intriguing song discusses the tempo, timing, and other ingredients for an under-control golf swing.
Vocalist Keta Bill and the 1st Born have made great sports music.
Any golfer would benefit by adding some tempo to their game.