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Friday iPod/MP3 Shuffle—Happy Birthday Prince Edition Blog

…Motorhead (Showdown! (1981-1993)): Clever cover, as the Swedish garage band takes the Lemmy composition that lead to Mr. Kilmeister being booted from Hawkwind (though they recorded it), and does an acoustic version. While it’s not the song of the century, The Nomads prove there is a song there. Kathy Greenholdt…

Friday iPod/MP3 Shuffle—Happy Birthday Lionel Hampton Edition Blog

…Motormouth Maybelle record hop. This is a wonderfully elegant deep soul ballad, with McCall’s well-phrased vocals adding a bit of class to the proceedings. No-Man — Just A Day (How The West Was Won): Roger Miller as a solo artist eventually morphed into the duo No-Man, with Miller playing with…

Friday iPod/MP3 Shuffle—Happy Birthday Flavor Flav Edition Blog

…Motorhead — Smiling Like A Killer (Inferno): I’m no Motorhead completist, but when Jack Rabid makes a Motorhead album his number one pick for an issue of his fabulous Big Takeover magazine, I have to get it. While I’m not sure if I’d rate the album quite as highly as…

Friday iPod/MP3 Shuffle—Happy Birthday Steve Jones Edition Blog

…Motorhead — Rock ‘N’ Roll (Rock ‘N’ Roll): How could Motorhead screw up a song with this title? Guess what, they don’t. This is a two-chord song pounded into submission by Lemmy and crew. Sometimes simple is best.

iPod/MP3 Friday Shuffle — Happy Birthday Tim Finn Edition Blog

Motor Boys Motor, mixed some traditional ’50s rock ‘n’ roll with streamlined punky rock, without sounding like either a punk or a rockabilly band. The band’s rhythm section was ultra steady and tight, alllowing frontman Bill Carter plenty of room to dazzle with his guitar playing. The first two SBM…

2 Many DJs Intro mix Blog

Motors – Airport Chic – Le Freak The Undertones – Teenage Kicks Thin Lizzy – Jailbreak Nick Stryker Band – Walk In The Park Human League – The Lebanon Armando – 100% Of Disin U Maurice – This Is Acid Primal Scream – Rocks Ymo – Behind The Mask Fleur…

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