Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Larmo63, Jul 29, 2019.
But how can it be that we haven't had this one yet?
I can't embed it here for some reason, so go watch Lizzo's Tiny Desk concert.
YES! Whatta voice!
I will always enjoy this.........two huge icons.
One of the greatest unsung players alive IMO:
Mr. Guthrie Trapp:
I bought a few Lyle Lovett albums back in the '90s and I could never get into him, but I stumbled across this live version of "You Can't Resist It" on YouTube a few years back and fell in love with it.
I saw this thread first thing when I woke up this morning. It shaped my whole day - for the better. Thanks!
I don't recall hearing The Monroes semi-hit "What Do All The People Know?" when it came out back in 1982. I first discovered it on an '80s compilation sometime in the '90s and was rather indifferent. But, for some reason, I've been listening to obsessively lately. (No, the song's lyrics don't have any relevance to anything going on in my life.) This is a live version from about 10 years back by The Melismatics with the Monroes' Tony Ortiz on lead vocals.
A mature Iggy Pop on "The Late Show"
A not young but not mature Iggy performing a medley including the song "***** Walk" (my favorite song to blast when picking up the kids at school) in see-through pants.
One of my favorite live bands.
Concertgoers may use this song as an opportunity for a bathroom break, but it has been a highlight of Stones sets for the past 22 years.
Wall of Voodoo in their second iteration, with Andy Prieboy on lead vocals. They were a much better live act than they were with Stan, the songs were really good and, frankly, the albums were more listenable from beginning to end. I saw them on this tour, and when they hit the stage, talcum powder flew off their coats like it was dust from the trail
The appearance on "Late Night with David Letterman" that turned me on to Iggy Pop.
I thought the 1990's were a good time for rock music.