Saturday, September 22, 2018

Song of the Day: "I Love It"

Sometimes Kanye West impresses the hell out of me.

This is not one of those times.

Or this is too deep for me to get.



Song: "I Love It"
Artist: Kanye West/Lil Pump/Adele Givens

Friday, September 21, 2018

Song of the Day: "Gainesville"

We're coming up on the anniversary of Tom Petty's untimely death. Still not cool, 2017.

This is from a trove of unreleased music slated to come out in a big box set just in time for Christmas.



Song: "Gainesville"
Artist: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Song of the Day: "Heaven"

Charly Bliss ended up in my top 10 albums of 2017 with Guppy.  Whether the same girl power/power pop will hit the same end-of-year esteem remains to be seen.

It is a nice change from Drake.



Song: "Heaven"
Artist: Charly Bliss

Monday, September 17, 2018

Song of the Day: "Nothing's Ever Wrong"

I have long had a bit of a crush on Jay Mohr, probably  when I caught his arms when he was on SNL as a rocker in a sleeveless flannel shirt during one of the cold opens. So it was something of a pleasant surprise to learn that Mohr goes the full Monty in the video for Logan Lynn's "Nothing's Ever Wrong."

Best comment on what might would surely be called  a "courageous" appearance: now I know what it's like to have sex with Mr. Incredible.

I'd totally hit that.

And I know he'd totally hit this back, because what straight man wouldn't have sex with a dumpy middle-aged dude who gets winded easily? Damn right.



Song: "Nothing's Ever Wrong"
Artist: Logan Lynn

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Song of the Day: "Here I Am"

I have no idea what's up with this new duet. Presumably it's from a soundtrack and it has the hallmarks of one of those songs that gets the 4th or 5th Oscar nomination slots; the songs that no one will remember (see also: that song from Beethoven, that song from Yes, Giorgio, others). The songs that make you think "oh, hey, it's the chick from Scandal, she's an Oscar nominee now" or "Melissa Manchester, there's a name that takes me back" or "I am too young to know who Kim Carnes is."

If you know more about the soundtrack, tell me about it in the comments.



Song: "Here I Am"
Artist: Dolly Parton/Sia

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