Mississippi Queen could never be an overstatement of being a demarcation of time and events. The classical song by the American Rock band Mountain, responded with music to the norms that were undergoing cultural changes. The year was 1970 and Mississippi Queen was their most successful single, reaching number 21 in the Hot 100 record […]Read More “Mississippi Queen” by Mountain
“One Hundred Ways” is a 1981 single released from Quincy Jones’ album The Dude on A&M Records. The song features James Ingram on vocals. The song reached number 14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1981. It was a bigger Adult Contemporary hit, reaching number five in the U.S. and number six in Canada. […]Read More One Hundred (Hundret) Ways – James Ingram
Our first video of 2019 stars Joey Cook, Adanna Duru & Nina Ann (in her PMJ debut!) in a “Mr. Postman” inspired take on “Feel It Still” by Portugal The Man. Happy New Year! yt Ladies’ Wardrobe courtesy of Unique Vintage: https://www.unique-vintage.com https://youtu.be/YoBlp6qvFqgRead More Feel It Still – Portugal The Man (’60s “Mr. Postman” Style Cover) ft. Jo…
Don’t cry because he’s gone, Smile because he was here. And we were fortunate enough to witness it More Van Halen – Live on TV!Read More More Van Halen – Live on TV!
“Games People Play”, also known as “They Just Can’t Stop It (The Games People Play)”, is a song recorded by American R&B vocal group The Spinners. Released in 1975 from their Pick of the Litter album, featuring lead vocals by Bobby Smith, the song was a crossover success, spending a week at number one on […]Read More THE SPINNERS – GAMES PEOPLE PLAY