just think of how the 18th amendment gave rise to the al capone's of the world - and knucky thompson!
1) "have a drink on me" - ac/dc
2) "road house blues" - the doors
3) 'spill the wine" - eric burdon & war
|in my life|
|(just like ) starting over|
|a hard day's night|
|across the universe (naked)|
|isn't it a pity|
|penny lane (w trumpet)|
|monkberry moon delight|
|drive my car|
|cry for a shadow|
|run for your life|
|i'm talking about you (bbc 2)|
|boys (bbc 2)|
Ken Dashow hosted a special live broadcast of "Breakfast With The Beatles" from the Hard Rock Café Times Square on Sunday, October 6th!
The Little Feat keyboardist joins Ken Dashow in the studio
Justin Hayward from The Moody Blues stops by to perform in-studio.
Before it got INSANELY, International-distribution big... My fondest memory of Jimmy Gandolfini was the Sopranos Season 2 kick-off screening party...late...dancing the Hora with Tony Soprano to Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes on-stage playing "We're Having A Party." Mr. Gandolfini - you brought honesty, humor, and vulnerability to a role most actors played like Vaudeville.
Note to the Bard: we're sending you a good one. Start him off in "The Tempest", and work backwards from there.
I think the famous final scene is appropriate...