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Archive for May 22nd, 2008

5-22-08 Do you folks like COFFEE?

Posted by Sean on May 22, 2008

Hmm… “Cruisin’ Through the Schoolyard“… That’s a promising theme. But I’m going to have to pass for now, Shanoah. I’m trying to keep the posts short for a couple of days, try to rejuvenate. But maybe next week…

In the meantime, do you folks like COFFEEEEEEEEEEE?

Courtesy of MonsterTruckFreak. Lyrics here.

And when franchises collide… here’s Spongeklok Dethpants hawking blacker-than-the-blackest-black Duncan Hills Coffee. PREPARE FOR ULTIMATE FLAVOOOOOOR.

Courtesy of KitBaiu.

Oh, you say you want to learn how to play the hardest, blackest, most brutal advertising jingle of all time? Skwisgaar Skwigelf shows Guitar World readers how!

Courtesy of TehM0nk3y.

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Cruisin’ Through the Schoolyard

Posted by shanoah on May 22, 2008

The theme is usually a little clearer on my posts, so for some background, when I grew up in Grass Valley, there was a very cool radio station, KVMR. I used to listen to it when I was growing up. At the time they had a lot of eclectic radio shows, and I still have one or two tapes of music recorded off of there. I’m not sure if they are still as cool or not, but they have a live feed here. When I tuned in, they seemed to be playing Star Wars for some reason.

Anyways, the three songs in this post were all ones I remember hearing on KVMR a long time ago (all seem to be from the 70’s as well):

Magic To Do – Pippin

This is the opening song to the musical, Pippin, which I have to admit not having watched. I really should rectify that at some point. The opening for the show is entertaining enough, though.

Cruisin’ – Michael Nesmith

This video is why I marked this post as non-work safe, though it’s mainly for his bizarre choice in having a guy pull up his underwear in the opening. I enjoy the song; as far as the video, keep in mind this is one of the first music videos done. It’s fun, for all that. I do tend to enjoy things that go over the top a little too much…

(Remember the Days of) The Old Schoolyard – Cat Stevens

This song is the last Cat Stevens song; the one before he changed his name to Yusuf Islam, and went all Muslim. Sappy, yes, but then, I often end up liking that kind of thing. Besides which, I always have liked Cat Stevens music; and I’m also a fan of the movie Harold & Maude, for which the entire soundtrack was by Cat Stevens. This song is a duet with Elkie Brooks, btw, though she doesn’t appear to be the one in the video.

Other songs I thought of putting here, incidentally, were “Listen To The Sound”, by the Dillards, and “The Pride of Petrovar”, by Ian & Silvia. One wasn’t on youtube; the other didn’t have a youtube video I cared for.

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