Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The Beatles All My Loving


thanks to bird5050 at YouTube


replay of The Beatles All My Loving, but i so enjoyed the purity and simplicity of this vid, i couldn't resist adding it.


thanks to bridgebolt at YouTube

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Madonna Ray of Light ~ MTV Video Of The Year 1998

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Madonna Justify My Love


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Madonna Human Nature


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Madonna Music


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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Lou Reed's Take A Walk On The Wild Side

to kenny, chuckie n., mary aka joe cool---to all my buds from back in the day, and also to teri toy, this is for you my darlings...good times, good times. ~ XXXOOO, sookie

i don't know monicabielanko, but the images she has set to one of my favorite Lou Reed tunes are evokative of my early days in nyc. i couldn't find suitable video of Mr Reed performing this tune, so i thought it best to share monicabielanko's vid.




"Lou Reed tells it better than I can. These vids are a way to organize all my pics and video" ~ monicabielanko
thanks to monicabielanko at YouTube

Bowie Rebel Rebel


thanks to master316 at YouTube

Bowie Jean Genie


thanks to brian110x at YouTube

The Jean Genie From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"The Jean Genie" is a single by David Bowie, released in November 1972. One of Bowie’s most famous songs, it was the lead single for the album Aladdin Sane (1973).
The song's chugging R&B riff is often compared to The Yardbirds while the lyrics have been likened to the "stylised sleaze" of The Velvet Underground. The subject matter was inspired in part by Bowie's friend Iggy Pop or, in Bowie's own words, "an Iggy-type character... it wasn't actually Iggy." The line "He's so simple minded, he can't drive his module" would later give the band Simple Minds their name. The title has long been taken as a pun on the name of the homosexual author Jean Genet. Bowie was once quoted as saying that this was "subconscious... but it's probably there, yes".

"The Jean Genie" was composed and recorded in New York City, where Bowie spent time hanging out with the Warhol set's Cyrinda Foxe. In 2005 the singer described its genesis thus: "Starting out as a lightweight riff thing I had written one evening in NY for Cyrinda’s enjoyment, I developed the lyric to the otherwise wordless pumper and it ultimately turned into a bit of a smorgasbord of imagined Americana ... based on an Iggy-type persona ... The title, of course, was a clumsy pun upon Jean Genet".

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