Hello, Dolly! Nice Melons!

Well, I haven’t reviewed a country album yet, and what better gal to start off with than Miss Dolly Rebecca Parton? Hello Dolly! This woman is a phenom! She was raised dirt poor with 11 siblings in Tennessee in a...

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Whiskey Man and Well, Whiskey!

  What comes to mind when you think of Molly Hatchet? Besides ‘Flirtin’ with Disaster’ and bad ass album covers? Whiskey, that’s what. Don’t argue with me. So, venturing out of my comfort zone this week, I’ll be pairing some...

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Heart Two Heart(ed)

The Wilson Sisters. Anne and Nancy. Frick and Frack. Or Me and my younger sister, Wendy. Yes, we were the Wilson Sisters growing up. We used to choreograph moves to all their songs and I was always Ann. Why? Cuz...

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Crue and Brew

ALBUM: Motley Crue, Shout at the Devil, Elektra Records, 1983 Oh Motley Crue. My Boys. I know they were lumped into the “hair band” genre and yes, they were total ‘glam metal’. So what if maybe they look like they...

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Rocky Mountain High And A Raspberry Sour

John Denver, or as his folks know him, Henry John Deutchendorf.  I’m gonna say it – He isn’t even a guilty pleasure! I have no qualms with proclaiming my proclivity for him and his music. (see inset picture of my Denver to...

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Purple Reign and Old Rasputin

PRINCE.  THE END. . . Oh alright. I guess a blog post should be more than 3 words. Although in this instance, it doesn’t need to be. ALBUM: Purple Rain Soundtrack, Prince and The Revolution, Warner Bros. Records, 1984 Purple...

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Star Man and Scary Jesus Rock Star

I’m not one to take much stock in celebrities and rarely am I affected by their passing. Except the truly, beautiful, exceptional ones. At the risk of sounding all fan girl and shit, I cried the day he died. I...

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White Boy Rappers and A Little Gnome

ALBUM: Solid Gold Hits, Beastie Boys, Capitol Records, 2005 Well, we are going from the West Coast (Beach Boys) heading straight on over to the East Coast: First stop – BEASTIE BOYS. Oh Beastie Boys, I shall always hold a...

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