Sunday, October 31, 2010

Novi God

I still love this video/jam real hard. It's too catchy and awesome. so many glitter sparkles.

Ready for the World - Tonight

I have been into this jam as of late.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

happy halloweekend

here's an old favorite of mine and evan's...


Thursday, October 28, 2010

Jewce - Volume One

Simple: a small collection of songs by Jews. I am not posting the tracks yet because I think it would be fun for you to guess and/or be surprised by some of these songs and Jews. You may notice some key Jews missing as well as some Jews you might not realize were Jews. There will be more Jewce mixes. Feel free to make your own Jewce mix or send me suggestions.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Big, Round - Lovebug

I couldn't decide on one photo cause I feel that all of these work so darn well. Deal with my indecisiveness!
Download HERE
1. Ugly Couple
2. Invite Me to Your Preparty
3. Come Christmas Time
4. Lovely Buddy Julian
5. Barbecue, Babes

Here are some things I like about this album:
The vibraphone in invite me to your preparty, the use of horns, and of course all the really good lyrics.

Moral: Even Kanye can't 'turn out' a phoenix...

Okay, so say you're cruising along a secluded black forest highway in your sick MTX Tatra, at a reasonable 180mph, when out of nowhere a blinding ball of flames shoots like a comet out of the sky and erupts in front of your whip...since it don't seem to bother the wildlife no none, you go with the program, right? That's right, mofo, you roll wit dat shee-it!
Directed by Kanye, Art Direction Vanessa Beecroft, Written by Hype Williams...

Monday, October 25, 2010

Hot Dignity Dog!

Do it with your senses...

Monday, October 18, 2010

Aaron Presents... MOVIE MIX!

Here's a mix i made of some of my favorite movie music (no soundtrack "songs"--just instrumentals). You may notice a lot of 80's Michael Mann/Tangerine Dream-style stuff; it's because that stuff rules!

suck on THIS

1. Hail Columbia- Michael Nyman/Damon Albarn (Ravenous)
2. 69th Street Bridge- John Carpenter (Escape From New York)
3. Profondo Rosso- Goblin (Profondo Rosso)
4. Organ Solo- Neil Young (Dead Man)
5. Cruising- Jack Nitzsche (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest)
6. Twin Peaks Theme- Angelo Badalamenti (Twin Peaks)
7. Gassenhauer Nach Hans Neusiedler- Karl Orff (Badlands/True Romance)
8. Irena's Theme- Giorgio Moroder (Cat People)
9. Graham's Theme- Michael Rubini (Manhunter)
10. Confrontation- Tangerine Dream (Thief)
11. Boyd's Journey- Damon Albarn/Michael Nyman (Ravenous)
12. Arrival At The Library- John CArpenter (Escape From New York)
13. Suspiria- Goblin (Suspiria)
14. Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme)- Tangerine Dream (Sorcerer)
15. Main Title- John Carpenter (Escape From New York)
16. Runaway Horses ('Poetry Written With A Splash Of Blood')- Philip Glass (Mishima)
17. School At Night- Goblin (Profondo Rosso)
18. Act Of Love- Jack Nitzsche (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest)
19. One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (Closing Theme)- Jack Nitzsche (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest)
20. Beach Theme- Tangerine Dream (Thief)



The Walker Brothers - Nite Flights (1978)

I can't beleive we haven't posted this yet...

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Shut Out" Scott Engel 2:46
2. "Fat Mama Kick" Scott Engel 2:57
3. "Nite Flights" Scott Engel 4:25
4. "The Electrician" Scott Engel 6:10
5. "Death of Romance" Gary Leeds 3:44
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
6. "Den Haague" Gary Leeds 4:03
7. "Rhythms of Vision" John Maus 2:55
8. "Disciples of Death" John Maus 3:49
9. "Fury and the Fire" John Maus 3:58
10. "Child of Flames" John Maus 3:14

Friday, October 15, 2010

Aaaargh!! Can't decide...

I'm hitting this song "Read 'Em and Weep" pretty hard this week, but I can't decide which version is better...
Okay, so it was originally composed by Jim Steinman and performed by Meat Loaf for his 1981 album Dead Ringer, but I honestly come to the song thru Barry Manilow, whose version I fell for first (and the version that made the song a hit in 1983 - turns out it was Manilow's final #1 hit on the adult contemporary charts - that's gotta count for something)...

Here's Meat Loaf's:

...and, here's Barry's (which is also a tour de force vid, replete with choreographed harlequin stage actors, backstage shenanigans, and one massive crocodile tear):

What do you think???

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

japanese can go blackface, as long as it's for a good cause, and it's Lionel Richie!

at least i think that's the rule...

bo knows

this is my bo diddley mix. please note it includes the entire "bo diddley is a gun slinger" album simply because I love it, as well as my other favorite diddleys.

Bo Diddley
she's fine she's mine
Who Do You Love
Down Home Special
Do The Frog
We're Gonna Get Married (with The Bo-Dettes)
I'm A Man
Doing The Crawdaddy
Sixteen Tons
No More Lovin'
Rock 'n' Roll
Hey Bo Diddley
Who May Your Lover Be

*also see the below solomon burke post because i re-upped those songs/vids (still crappy) but maybe they will work this time...
let me know if they dont

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

2 Burkes - never forget

he will live on in our listening pleasure...
The Best Of Solomon Burke

Don't Give Up On Me (2002)

And here are those youtubes for Mr Yunk (see below post). they are good'uns but I apologize in advance for the botched editing jobs... I was using an online editor at work and didn't have much time, but its the song that counts right? anyway I kind of like how retarded they are...

Sunday, October 10, 2010

RIP Solomon Burke (1940-2010)

It is often said "it takes two generations to make a star." Solomon very much belonged to the first. While Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, and James Brown became household names, Solomon's star never truly reached the heights he so richly deserved.
Despite his massive frame and resulting health problems (which saw him performing on stage from a throne in recent years), the 'King of Rock n' Soul' would outlast them all, remaining relevant until the very end, continuing to record critical albums, and performing around the globe. His career featured a couple of memorable resurgences, including when his biggest hit Cry to Me (1962) stormed back up the charts after being featured on the Dirty Dancing Soundtrack, and secondly when his album Don't Give Up On Me came from nowhere to win the Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2003.
In popular culture, I believe his legacy can really be seen in his oversized influence on artists such as Barry White, Isaac Hayes, and Teddy Pendergrass, among others. Perhaps more importantly, in his personal life, his legacy is represented by 21 children, 90 grandchildren, and 19 great-granchildren. Wow.
Although I can't locate some of my favorite Solomon Burke jams on Youtube, including "Can't Nobody Love You," and "I'm Hanging Up My Heart For You," this lovely song from 1976 is a fitting tribute to this truly larger-than-life figure:

Rest in peace.

Thursday, October 7, 2010


Now may I post...


The Best in Contemporary Adult music of the Past, Present and Future.


Yes, that's right. I've done full jazz handed, lyrical jazz dances, combinations, routines, whatever you'd like to call them, to half of these songs, thanks to Malaya's Jazz 3 class at Hollywood's The Edge Performing Arts Center. OH, man... It's so furry and chubby. I credit Eric with letting some of these tunes re-enter my brain through his okee renditions. Starting it off right with AC 360's movie song #1, then into a Sparkling Yunker classic okee jam, and up, down, and into Sade's super chub number, Is It A Crime, where she tears you a new one. And a super cra-shen-doe crash number into your butt-gina, base throbbing, Moments in Love. Then smoothin out like green tea yogurt into some serious post-apocalyptic future and past jazz routine classics.

Here it is yo...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


another long awaited youtube add by yours truly; from my personal vinyl rip. i've always loved this track. Mr. Ray Charles...

Stevie Wonder - In Square Circle (1985)

been listening to this tape in the studio a lot these days. it's a mover and a mom jam all da way!

1. Part-Time Lover
2. I Love You Too Much
3. Whereabouts
4. Stranger On The Shore Of Love
5. Never In Your Sun
6. Spiritual Walkers
7. Land Of La La
8. Go Home
9. Overjoyed
10. It's Wrong (Apartheid)

two legs of chicken and a half a pint of gin

I finally got this up on youtube. look out world!

In Lust

IN LUST from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo.

I could care less about this song. I really like this music video though.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Alessandro Brugnolini - Utopia (1972)

I've been listening to this non-stop for the past day and a half (especially the first two tracks). Makes me feel good inside. Makes me a better, calmer driver...

1 Giuggi
2 Anna
3 Supermarket
4 Sepoltura
5 Gregorio VII
6 Chiostro
7 Ritorno in Macchina
8 Utopia

this is my favorite song from this:

Monday, October 4, 2010

The Sapphires

My dad reminded me of The Sapphires. Don't mind if I do!

"Who do you love" is the song my dad knows

Then I found this one. I am going to try and find one of their albums to post.


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