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It’s hard to imagine Twinkies, Sno-Balls, and other Hostess products dying. After all, preservatives have given them a shelf life that rivals that of fine wine. But last fall it seemed as if the spongy, sickly-sweet confections would disappear from … Continue reading
Mondays will bring back your R&B memories. Thursdays will bring back your rap/hip-hop memories, hopefully. For some this maybe their first time listening to the artist but for us old heads it will bring back some good times. All of the … Continue reading
Let’s start soulful Wednesday with a little bit of Otis….
You are missed but will never be forgotten!!! One More Chance Hypnotize Big Poppa
Coming May 10, 2013 is Baz Luhrmann’s (Moulin Rouge!) grand interpretation of the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. The Great Gatsby stars, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey McGuire, and Carey Mulligan.
Today marks a milestone in the history of jazz. In 1959,one of the GREATEST albums ever made was released, Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue. A work of fantastic improvisational prowess; Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Julian”Cannonball” Adderley, Jimmy Cobb, Bill Evans, … Continue reading
Last night’s Unsung also featured the beautiful Cherelle. Cherelle with Alexander O’Neal is one of the greatest duets of all time and created some of the classic music that became the soundtrack of the ’80’s. From Cherelle’s 1985 album, High Priority, Saturday … Continue reading