Quickie one: Great post recommending the best spots and learn about UK music history. Continue reading
Dark tunnels, London, older eras.. this seems too good to be true. I will need to see it with my own eyes…
Ahhh.. the 80´s…..#
Continuing the music theme for another week, I present you with some one hit wonders!
For the most part, these are all true one hit on the US Top 40 Pop Chart and that’s all this band ever did wonders, the bands you never of before and then never heard from again.
Here we go!
The Vapors – Turning Japanese
peaked at #36 on November 29th
When I saw this video, I realized I didn’t remember anything except the chorus. And listening to it I can see why: it’s pretty dumb and possibly a bit racist. But the chorus is catchy. I really think so.
Joey Scarbury – Believe It or Not (Greatest American Hero theme)
peaked at #2 on August 15th
I LOVED this song!! Loved it. And why not, it’s Solid Gold. (Get it? Solid Gold? I crack me up.) ANY-way, this video really is…
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I liked a lot, as usual, stage and lights design.
Did you like Lady Gaga’s opening?
Amy, Andres Calamaro and Lady Gaga. What a combination.
Hello! Wanna meet a new rock band today? I want to recommend you this cool group, Four Dead in Ohio, which I met online by chance . Continue reading
For those of you who, like me, love Britpop (though I’m 100% argentine, I love all things Brit, but that’s for another post) here is a list which in my opinion represents the essentials of UK music from this musical movement era. There are pure Britpop bands here and somehow related groups too. Continue reading
I first heard about this COOL band some years ago on my fav local radio but didn´t pay attention to them for a few years. Now, 2013, I can hardly wait to go see them live in Buenos Aires! What I like about this London band is their fun music and their fun videos in general, very well thougth and produced. Continue reading