Peter Gabriel is a highly respected British pop musician, composer and vocalist who left the progressive rock group Genesis¹ in 1975 to pursue a solo career. Gabriel is known for his eclectic and experimental approach to music, and has incorporated a wide range of styles and influences into his work, including rock, pop, world music,… Read More Peter Gabriel – An eccentric, eclectic, and also mainstream presence in pop music
Hey everyone it’s late and I should be sleeping but I just wanted to talk about my next tune on Radio Freedom. It’s an old Elton John tune. I actually owned the 45 disc for it. An interesting thing about 45s is they sound better than 33 records. Millennials probably don’t have a clue what… Read More 🔊🔊🔊 Radio Freedom 🔊🔊🔊 That City of Brotherly Love!
A very humble fireworks! Just before midnight… 2022 pic.twitter.com/tDo3wizVYN — earthpages.org (@earthpages) January 1, 2022 On New Years Eve I listened to some David Bowie. The song “Cygnet Committee” stood the test of time remarkably well. In fact, while listening I couldn’t help but think that David Bowie was a bit of a seer without… Read More The silent guns of love will blast the sky
Been pondering this question ever since I heard another Doja Cat single on my FM radio. Doja Cat is innovative. She’s right on. She brings the past into the present. Dua Lipa is far more mysterious and sultry. When you listen to Dua Lipa, you’re getting something almost scary deep that sounds deceptively simple. With… Read More Who’s hotter… Doja Cat or Dua Lipa? And what about Adele?
Here’s a tune that went through my head as I was, funnily enough, brushing my teeth. It’s from the 1980s album World of Wonders which was fairly big when I was a student and also worked the streets (shown in the video) as a spring and summertime City gardener. Development, err, so-called development has altered… Read More Bruce Cockburn – People See Through You – YouTube
Heard this on Stingray Music last night. I love that chunky, squishy bass sound. Probably a very expensive synth or VST. Whenever I try to get that sound with freebies it’s about half as juicy, at best. The Canadian folk-rocker Bruce Cockburn once said that in music, the best players just seem to fall together.… Read More Dig the bass! – Post Malone and The Weeknd team up for a new single
Little update to this… Last night I heard this tune for the first time on my dad’s radio. It didn’t sound nearly as impressive without the video. So unlike Dua Lipa, I like the video version of this better than just the song! * * * It’s pretty rare that a song makes my eyes… Read More Go Easy On Me – Haven’t felt like this since Rocket Man (update…)
I have an old-style radio in the kitchen that belonged to my dad. I turn it on when cooking dinner or just for some low ambiance vibes near the dining room. It’s almost always on Virgin Radio, which is Toronto’s top Top 40 pop station. So this song comes on a lot. And it really… Read More Dua Lipa – Love Again (Official Music Video) – YouTube | Opinion: I like the radio better!
One of these nights, one of these crazy old nights ~ Eagles 🌖 🪐 This is a song lyric from the American band, The Eagles. For me, this is one of the best 70s tunes in terms of summing up an entire decade of AM and FM radio. It’s 1975 and FM is about to… Read More About the Site Tagline – Earthpages.org 🌎
This 2019 A&E doc focuses almost entirely on the creation of John and Yoko’s Imagine LP. The vintage footage of Lennon along with some leading studio musicians of the day should satisfy most aged hippies like myself who were mightily impressed by these figures as kids. You gotta understand. The Beatles were bigger than Bieber,… Read More John and Yoko: Above Us Only Sky – Review