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.
Just "bloody" brilliant! How many stars can you name?
And here's Paul, reminiscing about Abbey Road, and all the stars in the video!
The MAKING of the "Queenie-Eye" video:
I don't know how much this costs in electricity, but how cool is THIS?!
I don't care what any child-psychiatrist says: now THIS is funny!
Thanks to Betty for turning me on this story from Wales, UK. Grampa bets £50 that his new grandson will play for the National soccer team one day. Guess what happened last night! http://blog.foxsoccer.com/post/64238103337/grandpa-hits-jackpot-after-betting-on-grandsons
Yay - Grampy RETIRES!
Mickey Thomas from Jefferson Starship stopped by for the "Live at 5." Watch his interview and in-studio performance of "Fooled Around And Fell In Love" below - MAGIC!
"Fooled Around & Fell In Love" - Live - WOW!!!
Watch videos of Mark Rivera performing on a special live "Breakfast With The Beatles" broadcast below along with audio from Rivera's performances of "Give Peace a Chance," "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away," and "Norwegian Wood."
"Give Peace A Chance"
"You've Got To Hide Your Love Away"