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^  Sounds right outta '62.  I kinda like it.
 
 
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Not new, but new to me.  I heard of it while listening to an interview with rockabilly guitarist Ben Vaughn on the radio yesterday.  A 90s collaboration with Vaughn, Alan Vega (of Suicide) and Alex Chilton (of the Box Tops):
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Sounds right outta '62.  I kinda like it.
 
 
These folks have been around for years - a number of albums. They're all really good.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Sounds right outta '62.  I kinda like it.


That whole early/mid 60's retro sound is back in vogue these days.

I think maybe Amy Winehouse had something to do with that.

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Not new, but new to me.  I heard of it while listening to an interview with rockabilly guitarist Ben Vaughn on the radio yesterday.  A 90s collaboration with Vaughn, Alan Vega (of Suicide) and Alex Chilton (of the Box Tops):


Started out sounding pretty cool but then it lost me about a minute in.

Got kinda repetitive.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Sounds right outta '62.  I kinda like it.


That whole early/mid 60's retro sound is back in vogue these days.

I think maybe Amy Winehouse had something to do with that.
WinkThese are great days - I love the resurgence of the 'White Boy R&B/Blues' that we're experiencing from Brit cousins - especially that which is fresh & original. You're right about it all coming back strong around the time of the O.D.Queen making her splash.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Sounds right outta '62.  I kinda like it.


That whole early/mid 60's retro sound is back in vogue these days.

I think maybe Amy Winehouse had something to do with that.


WinkThese are great days - I love the resurgence of the 'White Boy R&B/Blues' that we're experiencing from Brit cousins - especially that which is fresh & original. You're right about it all coming back strong around the time of the O.D.Queen making her splash.


Back around the mid 80's, there was this great but short-lived cops & mobsters show that was set in Las Vegas in the early 60's, and was called "Crime Story".

Might have been Dennis Farina's first TV starring role.



Anyway, great show. But what I really liked was their choice of theme music.

I started developing an interest in that era right around then, and I think this show, along with a book about Andy Warhol & Edie Sedgewick I had been reading around that same time period, had something to do with it.

And then in '87 I saw this....





Off topic, but that clip is just another example of why there was never a late night talk show or talk show host as cool as Letterman and probably never will be ever again.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Sounds right outta '62.  I kinda like it.


That whole early/mid 60's retro sound is back in vogue these days.

I think maybe Amy Winehouse had something to do with that.


WinkThese are great days - I love the resurgence of the 'White Boy R&B/Blues' that we're experiencing from Brit cousins - especially that which is fresh & original. You're right about it all coming back strong around the time of the O.D.Queen making her splash.


Back around the mid 80's, there was this great but short-lived cops & mobsters show that was set in Las Vegas in the early 60's, and was called "Crime Story".

Might have been Dennis Farina's first TV starring role...

 
Big smileTHAT was my favorite TV show at the time - never missed an episode, even when it got almost 'slapstick' at the end when 'Paulie' Luca finds his boss (Taglia) and himself a nice 'safe house' in the beautiful Nevada Proving GroundsLOL; Paul Dennison's (Taglia) reaction when he realizes where Luca has put him up is one for the ages. 
 
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WinkBig smile...in March, another 'old friend' & fellow devout cyclist has a new album coming out - 'American Utopia'
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WinkAn ooooooold friend (looks a lot older than me) has new album coming out on April 13th, which means I got my copy two weeks ago. The first release off of it gets a little too close to my heart...
 
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