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Category Archives: Song of the Week
Much to the chagrin of my more conservative friends I not only read Paul Krugman’s New York Times column but his blog as well. Krugman, on his blog, highlights some musical selections that he enjoys on Friday nights. I must … Continue reading
What else would it be this week? The new Bond movie “Skyfall” has arrived, with the new theme song by Adele, and some great and dark action from Daniel Craig as James Bond. Come to Methuen and see this great … Continue reading
A couple of weeks back I highlighted the great cover by Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa of the song “Your Heart is as Black as Night”. This is the original, by the woman who wrote the song, Melody Gardot. And … Continue reading
A great song by Graffiti 6. Not too familiar with their work, but I love this song.
From the simply unbelievable album from Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa called “Don’t Explain” this cut is from a song written by Melody Gardot. This version, with Joe Bonamassa playing a beautiful guitar, is simply spectacular. When is Beth Hart … Continue reading
Joss Stone is a great artist who already has done some fabulous work with some of the icons of rock, including Jeff Beck. She covers Broken Bells “The High Road”, and it is a spectacular effort. She is at the … Continue reading
Happy President’s Day! The great Simon and Garfunkel at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame doing “The Sounds of Silence”. Garfunkel still an unbelievable vocalist.
A great song by Stipe, with the fabo Natalie Merchant providing background vocals. Natalie = the voice of an angel.
What a great song by Ray Lamontagne. A subtle blend, he really hits this one right.
A great tune from Charlie Mars!