Robert Altman’s 60s: Rock, Roll and Revolution – Courtesy of ArtVision Exhibitions

The 1960s in America will era of passion, politics, ‘yippies’ and youth in revolution. There was one man there to capture it all, in creative variations of iconic photographs ranging from rock stars to Timothy Leary, Abbie Hoffman and freedom loving yippies. Yes… Yippies. Read ‘Steal This Book’ πŸ™‚ Enjoy! Exhibit continues through November 8th in Boca Raton, FL at ArtVision Exhibitions, LLC. Continue reading Robert Altman’s 60s: Rock, Roll and Revolution – Courtesy of ArtVision Exhibitions

Fiona Apple, Elvis Costello – “I Want You”

Elvis Costello and Fiona Apple. I Want You. 2006.
One of the most talented and emotionally driven female recording artists and exception lyricist, Fiona Apple. In this clip, the natural talent in melancholy melodies with strong interludes of almost angered expression, are recognizable even in her very first composition. A gift that was seemingly existing in the artist even before her fingers met their first instrument. Continue reading Fiona Apple, Elvis Costello – “I Want You”

The Lovin’ Spoonful’s Summer in the City 1966

This song was intentionally recorded with a background series of car horns,during the instrumental bridge, starting with a Volkswagen Beetle horn, and ending up with a jackhammer sound, in order to give the impressions of the sounds of β€˜the summer in the city.’
This little ditty ranks at a proud number 393 on Rolling Stone’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time! Continue reading The Lovin’ Spoonful’s Summer in the City 1966

A Gulkin-Boone Mustang Overhaul

Oh, you got to love her (love her)
And tease her (tease her)
But most of all you got to please her (please her)
You got to hold her (hold her)
And want her (want her)
And make her feel you’ll always need her (need her)
You know a woman (woman)
Is sentimental (woman)
And so easy (woman) to upset (woman)
So make her feel (feel)
That she’s for real, yeah (real)
And she’ll give you happiness
Whoa-oh strange as it seems
(treat her like) (you got to treat her like)
You know you can’t treat a woman mean
(treat her like) (you got to treat her like)

So my friend, there you have it
I said it’s the easy, simple way
If you fail to do this
Don’t blame her if she looks my way
‘Cause I’m gonna

Treat her like a lady
So affectionately
I’m gonna treat her like a lady Continue reading A Gulkin-Boone Mustang Overhaul