Two For Tuesday this time refers to two people instead of two songs. Four thoughts about this: God damn, Phillip was so cool. And that voice… Gary
Weaves, a band from Toronto, covers the Beatles’ Help in a charmingly freaky way. (Well, I find a certain charm there, anyway.) And check out their (relatively)
Seminal punk band (and favourites of both myself and Mr. Brass) the Ramones released their third album, Rocket to Russia, 40 years ago. Unsurprisingly it still holds
Let’s continue with this week’s classic rock theme. I think it’s fair to say Talking Heads are an iconic band. Nobody else sounds anything like them. Tina
This speaks for itself.
One of the most iconic Canadian songs ever recorded. Still holds up 40 years later, especially the guitar solo.
I don’t typically pay any attention to lyrics, but I heard this over the weekend and it resonated because I’m tired and bored with myself.
Dig this Blues Pills live video showcasing their track Lady In Gold. The footage was taken from the band’s new DVD/Blu-ray/CD titled Lady In Gold Live In Paris, which
For me, TV soundtracks and commercials have replaced radio as one of the places to find cool new songs. I have several shows for which I regularly
Saw an article about this group in the Calgary Herald last week. In many ways, they define what the Music Omnivore is all about; relatively unknown and
I like this song. The end.
This is a Bob Seger song, but I think this is one of those times when the cover is better than the original. The harmonica solo is