Music Maestro: June 25, 2021

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79 Responses to Music Maestro: June 25, 2021

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    This one is for our pollies, who’ve been shoplifting our freedom.

    Jane’s Addiction – Been Caught Stealing

  2. Gibbo says:

    A little musical project I’ve been working on in recent times.
    Barry Leef band – Treat Her Right.

  3. Tintarella di Luna says:


    One of my favourite hymns, and Gounod’s Ave Maria

  4. covid ate my homework says:
  5. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Gibbo says:
    June 25, 2021 at 6:06 pm
    A little musical project I’ve been working on in recent times.
    Barry Leef band – Treat Her Right.

    Thanks Gibbo really enjoyed that.

  6. covid ate my homework says:

    Not the original but close. Love the way this girl shut the louts in the audience up.

  7. gardez bien says:

    It’s quite an odd group? I never much rated Elton John except when he was schtupping Kiki Dee whom some of the saddest of us sad boys found alluring… One could see that Stevie Wonder was a prodigy, but I never much like his music.

    I quite like Gladys but I prefer Aretha and the old jazz ladies, and Dusty.

    Dionne was good and I liked her material. But wasn’t she a lefty? Or did she change.

    I’m on thin ice here as pop music is not my metier. I’d never listen to socialists like Springsteen, the English ‘fuck me very much’ filly, or Bono.

    I detect that pop stars seem less inclined to froth about their politics. But i do I know who are the loons in Deadwood. I never watch anything with Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep or Emma Thompson in. We don’t to worry about Hanoi Jane or Robert I am a,Twat Redford much these days. But what happened to Sean Penn? Cher, Madonna?

    If they’re leftards, I neither watch nor listen.

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  9. Young Freddy says:

    Oh yes.

  10. covid ate my homework says:

    Who wants to listen to this music tonight?

  11. Roger says:


    Pop music has never surpassed this.

  12. MatrixTransform says:

    covid ate my homework says:
    June 25, 2021 at 6:51 pm

    awesome !!

  13. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Who wants to listen to this music tonight?

    oh my goodness covid ate my homework that really tugged the heartstrings, his voice reminds me so much of Sergio Endrigo, my goodness what a voice, like a vocal caress– also love this rendition of Al di La (Far Beyond) and this one from Sergio Endrigo – Io Che Amo Solo Te (I who’ve loved only you)

  14. calli says:

    A song for Sydney.

    Heel! Heeeeeel! 😃

  15. MatrixTransform says:

    Heel! Heeeeeel!


  16. egg_ says:

    Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Gladys Knight – That’s what friends are for

    The incomparable Dionne Warwick, even in such esteemed company.

  17. egg_ says:

    Gibbo says:
    June 25, 2021 at 6:06 pm
    A little musical project I’ve been working on in recent times.
    Barry Leef band – Treat Her Right.


  18. egg_ says:

    The Temptations Papa Was A Rolling Stone 1972 Single Version

    You ain’t black… if you ain’t got a bass guitar in the basement.

  19. Richard says:

    A song for our times from a turbulent period in the past.

  20. Mark M says:

    “Is it the days and nights,
    The sorries and the fights
    And the fool that I am
    That I do it all over again.”

    Mercenary Territory- Little Feat

    Do not merely dismiss this as playing bass, this is a master class.
    And a Lowell George slide guitar solo, followed by one of the wildest, honking sax solos from the Tower of Power.

  21. Mark M says:

    ICYMI: Peter Jackson restored so much Beatles footage that Get Back is now a six hour TV series

    The movie Let It Be was considered a sad movie showing the demise of the Beatles, but what Jackson has found is a band in its most creative moment, with lots of laughter and much fun.
    The famous last concert on the roof, when seen in its entirety, supposedly bought tears to the eyes of people who where there but don’t remember it as the band are having fun.

    It almost didn’t happen, as the band stood in the stairwell, unsure, until John said after some silence, “Let’s do it.”

    The rest is musical and cultural history.

    PS: If a fan, don’t miss the link at foot to the anniversary release of All Things Must Pass, by George Harrison.

  22. Turtle says:

    Didn’t run over ONE CHICKEN.

  23. Turtle says:

    This is a band that only existed for a brief time in Perth in the early 90s. The Pink Fluffy Bunnies belonged to of a group of bands who had members at the Conservatorium studying jazz. The greatest of those bands was Cinema Prague. Another was Circus Murders. Very sophisticated music. Some Cats into 70s prog will really enjoy the instrumental prowess of these lads.

  24. Turtle says:

    Warning: all of the Bunnies’s music was resurrected from audio tape. It actually sounds pretty good, thanks to the quality of the original recording at Poons head studio Fremantle.

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  26. Steve trickler says:

    Off to war before kissing a girl…perish the thought.

    The Waterboys – Red Army Blues

  27. Tel says:

    Judas Priest – Baby it’s cold outside!

  28. Tel says:

    A very young Rob Halford, dressed as Hippy anti-Jesus … man that seems like a world we will never see again.

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