Do you recall the many Kid Stuff records back in your youth? Did you know the first album was Oh Gee! It's Great To Be A Kid?
The commercial itself pretty much IS a music video, featuring the music and members of The Manhattan Transfer and their song, Birdland. It has a sterile industrial vibe with red/white/black color pallette that I always associate with new wave music and Mtv. Not with a vocal jazz group from the late 60s.
How can you possibly make 1984's Take On Me better? Add Doctor Who of course!
Give Me SEGA! Or, just give me a song about it. I'm easy to please.
The late and great Bill Paxton talked a whole lot of co-stars from his films into being in these Martini Ranch music videos!
The 80s were a magical time for comedy albums. Join me as I take a look back at some of my favorite.
The Apollo Theater is an iconic location that has entertained generations of fans of music and entertainment. Ted Fox and James Otis Smith's new graphic novel Showtime at the Apollo: The Epic Tale of Harlem's Legendary Theater gives us a delightful look at the location's vast history.
until this year, I didn't even know they recorded "Jingle Bell Rock" more than once! But yet, there it is, three versions!