Sunday Morning Music

Sunday Morning Music !

Ho and a Hi
and a Hey and
a Howdy.

Beautiful music,
blues played with passion,
tough minded rock,
soulful R&B —
all planned for you
on this edition of
SMM.

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Buddy Miles —
Down By The River

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John Legend —
Another Again

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Samantha Fish —
Somebody’s Always Trying

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O-Jays —
Sunshine

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Helen Merrill
w/ Quincy Jones Sextet-
What’s New

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The Ramones —
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy —
King Of Swing

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Janis Joplin —
To Love Somebody

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Cowboy Junkies —
” Sweet Jane ” 

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John Lennon —
# 9 Dream

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Helen Merrill
w/ Quincy Jones Septet —
You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To

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Rob Thomas and Joss Stone —
Stop Draggin My Heart Around

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Burton Cummings–
” Stand Tall “

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The Delfonics —
“Over and Over

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Smash Mouth —
” Then The Morning Comes

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Amy Winehouse —
” Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

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Squirrel Nut Zippers —
Blue Angel

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Joan Jett —
I Hate Myself For Loving You

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The Stylistics —
Let’s Put It All Together

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Haley Reinhart —
” Creep

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Soundgarden —
Superunknown

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Kerri Chandler —
Are You Going With Me

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Frank Sinatra —
Summer Wind

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Helen Merrill
w/ Quincy Jones Septet —
“Falling In Love With Love

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Mazzy Star —
Fade Into You

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The Cure —
” Boys Don’t Cry

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Dave Grohl & Stevie Nicks–
” Landslide ”

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!!! HOY !!!

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Sunday Morning Music

a12Hiya and welcome
to Sunday Morning
Music ….

I hope you’re having
a groovy spring weekend !!!!

We’ve got a soulful
R&B groove going today —

I hope you dig it.

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Booker T and the MG’s —
” Time Is Tight (Live) ” 

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The Staple Singers —cowbell
” I’ll Take You There ” 

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Santana —
“Smooth ” Live

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The Dramatics —
” Get Off My Mountain ”

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Rusty Wright Band —
” Man On Fire (Live) ” a4

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Chaka Khan —
” Do You Feel What You Feel ” 

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Willie Hutch —
I Choose You

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The Doobie Brothers —
” Listen To The Music ( Live) ”

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Gloria Jones —
Tainted Love

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The Delfonics —
” Break Your Promise ” 

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Gregg Allman —
” Whipping Post ( Live) ”

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Undisputed Truth —
” Smiling Faces

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Bettye Swann —them
” Make Me Yours ” 

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Blues Brothers —
” Sweet Home Chicago “

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Cheryl Lynn —
” Got To Be Real ” 

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The Natural Four —
Got To Be Real

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Mothers Finest —moonshine
” Give You All The Love ” 

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Blind Faith —
” Can’t Find My Way Home ”

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Curtis Mayfield —
The Makings Of You

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Patrice Rushen —
” Remind Me ” 

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Ohio Players —
” Skin Tight ” 

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Shalamar —
” This Is For The Lover In You ” 

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Stevie Wonder —
” Boogie On Reggae Woman ( XT ) “

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Lou Rawls —
” Lady Love (Live) ” 

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Samantha Fish —
I Put A Spell On You ( Live ) 

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Tyrone Davis —
” Turn Back The Hands of Time”

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Sunday Morning Music

a1Hello —
I can’t believe
it’s Sunday again
already….

but that means
it’s time for
our weekly
Sunday Morning Music Post.

I dunno just
how to describe
the vibe of this one…

But I’m hoping
you enjoy it. a6

Just let it take you,
and I think it will.

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Goldfrapp —
Let It Take You

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Stevie Nicks
If Anyone Falls

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Carlos Santana with
Rob Thomas —
Smooth ( Live)

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Alicia Keys and
John Mayer —
If I Ain’t Got You

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Dexy’s Midnight Runners —
” Come On Eileen ”

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John Legend —
” Love Me Now

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Gladys Knight and The Pips —
The Best Thing That
Ever Happened

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Goldfinger —
” 99 Red Balloons ”

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David Gilmour —
In Any Tongue

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Steely Dan —
” The Last Mall “

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Chet Baker
w/Herbie Hancock —a2
Fair Weather

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Taj Mahal and Gregg Allman —
” Statesboro Blues ”

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Reel Big Fish —
I Dare You To
Break My Heart

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The Doors —
Indian Summer

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Shalamar —
For The Lover In You

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Michael Franks —
Tell Me All About It

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Gary Numan —
You Got The Look

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John Fogarty and
Billy Gibbons  —
Sharp Dressed Man

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Midnight Oil —
” My Country

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David Bowie and
David Gilmour —
Comfortably Numb

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Warren Haynes, Susan
Tedeschi, Derek Trucks —
“I’d Rather Go Blind”

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B-52’s —
” Loveland

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Streetlight Manifesto —
“The Big Sleep ”

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Flogging Molly–
Drunken Lullabies

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Our album of the week –
George Benson —
” Breezin’

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And a little special
playlist from
Cave Of Creation —
” Endless River  ”

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Have some fun
this weekend !!!!

HOY !

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Sunday Morning Music

Hello !

How iz it
where you iz at?

I hope it’s just
how you like it.

(Me, I’d like a
little spring.)

It’s time to get
your feet moving
and your heart pounding. 

Yep–  it’s another one
of them there Sunday
Morning Music posts…………

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Donald Fagen —
Springtime

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Cichlids —
Missionary Man

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Blind Faith —
Had To Cry Today

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Train —
Drops Of Jupiter

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Stevie Nicks —
Landslide

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The Turnups —
Sound Of Silence

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John Mayer Trio —
Who Did You Think I Was

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The Who —
Baba O’Riley

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Everlast —
What It’s Like

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Billy Karloff and the Extremes–
” Summer Holiday “

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Bad Company —
Rock and Roll Fantasy

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Jonny Lang —
Still Rainin‘ ”

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Blackfoot —
” Highway Song

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Alice in Chains–
Would ? “

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Joss Stone —
Then You Can Tell Me

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Leon Russell —
Wild Horses

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Ian Dury and the Blockheads–
” What A Waste “

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Mazzy Star —
Fade Into You

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Robert Palmer —
Discipline Of Love

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Pearl Jam —
Alive

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Lou Reed —
” Sweet Jane

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Garbage —
Only Happy When It Rains

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Joe Walsh —
Analog Man

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Gary Numan / Tubeway Army —
Are Friends Electric

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!!! HOY !!!

Sunday Morning Music

Hiya One and ALL !

Welcome to another
Sunday Morning
Music Post.

Today we’ve
got an
interesting
mix of current
artists and
classic stuff that
should
make your
ears pop.

Like:

Great Van Fleet —
Black Smoke Rising

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Everything But The Girl —
Missing

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Heart —
Crazy On You

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Grateful Dead —
” Ripple

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Zac Brown Band —
” Enter Sandman

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Alannah Myles —
Black Velvet

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King Crimson —
” Epitaph

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Level 42 —
Lessons In Love

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Deep Purple —
Child In Time

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Robert Palmer —
Every Kinda People

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Diana Krall —
Besame Mucho

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Dexy’s Midnight Runners–
Come On Eileen

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Gregg Allman —
These Days “

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Chris Rea —
And You My Love

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Velvet Underground —
Pale Blue Eyes

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John Legend w/Lindsey Stirling–
” All Of Me “

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Santana —
Soul Sacrifice (Live) ”

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Blind Melon —
No Rain

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Sister Hazel —
All For You

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Alice Cooper —
Second Coming (suite)

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Bruno Mars —
” Lazy

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Coldplay —
Clocks 

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Caro Emerald —
A Night Like This

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Billy Gibbons —
Treat Her Right

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Rare Earth —
” Get Ready (LP Version)

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The Sundays —
Here’s Where The
Story Ends

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PS :
Thanks To Katie
for this piccie of
Marilyn Monroe
when she was 16.

!!! HOY !!!

Sunday Morning Music

Hiya !

It’s another
Sunday Morning Music
post here on the
Muscleheaded Blog —

– yes, stacks and stacks
of dusty wax comin’ at
you at the speed of the
internet.

No extra charge for
enhanced speed if you
can get that.

I’m lucky mine gets
a signal at all, so……

Hark!
To music, then,
let us hasten.

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Pat Metheny, Nils Landgren,
Michael Brecker–
This Masquerade

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Elvis Costello —
Brilliant Mistake

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The Platters —
With This Ring

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Marshall Tucker —
Texas On My Mind

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Lindsey Buckingham —
Trouble (extended)

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Luciana Souza —
Here It Is

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38 Special —
” Second Chance

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No Doubt —
Don’t Speak

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The Lettermen —
Hurts So Bad

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Eric Clapton —
I Can’t Stand It

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J. Geils Band —
Teresa

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Frank Sinatra —
I Wish You Love

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Ric Ocasek —
Emotion In Motion

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Red Elvises —
Stewardess In Red

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George Harrison —
Wah Wah (live)”

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Swing Out Sister —
Forever Blue

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Carpenters —
Hurting Each Other

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David Bowie —
This Is Not America

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Amy Winehouse —
” Take The Box (live) ”

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Van Morrison —
Queen Of The Slipstream

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Swing Out Sister —
Love Won’t Let You Down

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Joe Cocker —
” Delta Lady (Live) ” 

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Beach Boys —
Till I Die (Landlocked)

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Sade —
Smooth Operator ( 12″ )

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Gary Moore —
I Still Got The Blues (live)

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Shagtime Band —
I Could Be Your Everything

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Swing Out Sister —
Out There

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Chicago —
Goodbye

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1920’s Musical Anomie

The 1920’s were an
interesting time in
American history.

The earliest part of
the century had a
strong vibe of puritanical
stuffiness that, by the
time of the roaring 20’s
had caused a significant
social backlash.

The reaction to Prohibition
is often singled as a leading
factor in this general sense
of anomie.

But the huge casualty
figures from World War I,
and the 1918 Spanish Flu
epidemic —

(which had also
killed off millions of the
younger generation),

caused many ’30 and unders’
to rethink their lives and
seize upon the pleasures
available.

Skirts got shorter,
dances got closer,
movies got naughtier.

Slang changed dramatically.

Single girls no longer
waited for introductions
to suitable men for the
purpose of marriage.

It was a time
of experiment,
testing limits,
trying new things.

“Carpe Diem” was
the defining
expression of the era.

Living life to the fullest,
riding like ya stole it,

burning the candle at
both ends,

— burning out was better
than rusting away.

Sure,
you hear that stuff today,
but those people were the
first generation really doing it.

There was a wealth
of changes
in the music world, too…

— fusions and
inclusions —

— off beats,
— down beats —

like the proverbial typewriting
monkeys, it seemed that the
harmonizers of the day were
really going to find the lost
chord if they could just
create enough melody.

And of course, the lyrics
were as racey as the times
themselves.

Sheet music from the
time bears this out
very clearly.

The covers can be
wonderfully done,
and are often
very telling indeed.

Many 1920’s people
bought racy sheet music
to place conspicuously
somewhere in their homes,
to show just
‘and how in the know’
they were.

Sorta like a coffee table
book with Marilyn Monroe
nudes would be today……

But back then.

You know,
23 skidoo
and all that.

Ahem.

If you’re interested in
1920’s slang,
why not check out
one of my posts
on that very subject here
(imagine that!)

And,
if you liked these
vintage racy song sheets…

well, there are plenty
more on a previous
post of mine on that
subject, too  –
– here .

I hope you enjoy them
and
thanks for dropping in !

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!!! HOY !!!

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