Had to wait for the neighbours to go out before I could belt this one out. Had great fun with this 1956 hit, hope you like the effort....Cheers.
Stray Cats 1981...Thanks for your indulgence. A busy busy weekend, but will catch up on listens tomorrow!
A 1985 single by Dire Straits
I saw today that June is "Wedding" month. This probably isn't what Danny had in mind, but even though this is a little bit of twisted lub, gonna send it up anyway. Thanks...Show More
From Eddie Cochran in '58. Thank you kindly for the listen.
A song by George Thorogood and the Destroyers released in 1982
The 1967 debut album by the American garage rock band, the Electric Prunes...which at this point in life, I could really use
A late 60's hit by The Guess Who
Hi Folks! This is from a long time ago, 1968...what's referred to as "roots" rock and roll. I do remember when this came out and think it was played at Woodstock. Hope yo...Show More
Hi Everybody! Glad to be back with you...I know a few here from some other sites and feels like home already. This little surfer dude tune is not within my ordinary, but loads o' f...Show More
Haven't posted anything in a while. I've always loved the rock tempo of this song. It was Ringo Starr's first single hit after the breakup of the Beatles, around 1970. It was c...Show More
I recorded this many years ago, so it was time to re-record it. I heard it on Sirius 70's channel earlier today, so it inspired me. Hope you enjoy it and can leave a comment! Than...Show More
"A Horse with No Name" is a song written by Dewey Bunnell, and originally recorded by the folk rock band America. It was the band's first and most successful single. Rele...Show More
Another classic from the early 1970s, this one by Don McLean released in 1971 and went #1 in 1972. Thanks for listening and hope you enjoy!
Well... Elvis isn't the only one who had a good time with this! Lay off my shoes, dang it to pieces!!
I've always loved the Eagles and this is one of my favorites. It was their first single released in 1972. Thanks for listening and hope you enjoy.
Shirley Bassey arrangement
Lay Lady Lay" is a song written by Bob Dylan and originally released in 1969 on his Nashville Skyline album. Like many of the tracks on the album, Dylan sings the song in a...Show More
1967 R&B, Soul, Rock) Aretha Franklin
Another...Fool (in the title) Song.
Way out of my comfort zone but what the hell....YOLO!!
I thought I would give Jeff Buckley’s version a go!
"Turn The Page" Bob Seger
"Live Bullet" Trk:6 1976
On a long and lonesome highway, east of Omaha
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