Monday, March 2, 2015

Family Fest was huge!!

Hope you made it, but if not we'll be back again next year!

Thursday, February 26, 2015


By late 1967, the Monkees had three smash albums under their belts and were gaining more control over their music, something that they didn't have at all just a little over a year before.  They were also playing their own instruments both in the studio and at concerts. When they released their fourth album and the single  "Pleasant Valley Sunday" it roared to #3 on the Hot 100.  But the B side, "Words" got almost as much airplay, going all the way to #11 on it's own.  Words was a great song, sadly today it's another forgotten oldie...
Click here for the song as it played on the TV show

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Time Has Come Today

In 1968, the Chambers Brothers hit #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Time Has Come Today". A strange combination of psychedelia, gospel, blues, rock and soul, the song stood out with it's unique sound.  Today you'll find the song in a number of movie soundtracks, but on the radio it's pretty much a forgotten oldie.
watch the long version here

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Ready for spring yet?

Here's a little bonus for those of you anxious for spring... the original "I Wanna Go Golfing" cartoon featuring Goofy!  Thanks Walt Disney!!
Goofy cartoon - click here

Friday, February 20, 2015

Today is National Hoodie Hoo Day!!

Seriously, everyone meet outside at noon and yell "Hoodie Hoo" to help drive winter away!!  I sure hope this works!
Click here for more!

Thursday, February 19, 2015


Today a forgotten oldie to warm you up, Harry Nilsson's 1971 hit Coconut. Reaching #7 on the Hot 100, the song takes me to summer fun every time I hear it.  Featured in a long list of movies and TV shows, how many other former top ten songs do you know that have been recorded and used for parodies by both the Muppets and Homer Simpson?
watch it here

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Liar by Three Dog Night

In 1971, Three Dog Night had a top ten hit with "Liar", peaking at #7 on the Hot 100.  I'm not sure why the song is a forgotten oldie today... probably because it was the follow-up to "Joy to the World".  Another instance where there are just too many songs to choose from in this great band's library.
watch it here