Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Matt Fishel • Run With Me

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I have to giggle at myself sometimes. I was about to type in that I have been a fan of Matt Fishel for a long time, and when I look at the young man on the cover of his latest release, 'Cover Boy', I realize he is still young. But I have been a fan for a couple of years, since first discovering his music. I gobble up his music like it was candy, making me a very happy camper.

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And that would include his latest album, a real aural treat. And he had a new music video out for the single "Run With Me", his cover of the theme song from the children's television show, 'The Racoons'. In fact, the video is a compilation of footage from the show, for which permission was generously given to Matt from series creator Kevin Gillis. The song, written by Gillis with Jon Stroll and Steve Lunt, instantly brings back warm memories to those who watched the show during the late 1980s. I hope you enjoy Matt's cover of "Run With Me" and the video featuring it.

I must admit I never saw the show, but I still get the fun and love Matt brings to the song. "Run With Me" can be found on Matt Fishel's 'Cover Boy', which can be found on iTunes and Amazon. To learn more about Matt Fishel, visit his official website. You can also follow him on Twitter and 'like' him on Facebook.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

SIRPAUL™ • Love Sick (NSFW)

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The oh-so-talented SIRPAUL™ has a new single out, a track off the exciting 'Seventh Star', that also comes with a new music video. Like much of SIRPAUL's work, the song takes on an edgy flavor, that area when darkness and sexiness collide to make life a bit more exciting. This song is a perfect example of this, with lyrics that start off with a sweetness associated with love, but we quickly learn there is something more to the puzzle.

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With the music video, the song earns the title "Love Sick Twisted Shit", so you know this is not meant to be played at high volume in every office, but certainly cranked up to 11 at home. SIRPAUL is taped giving a live performance at Eastbloc Hoxton, London, where the crowd is packed in nice and tight, ready for SIRPAUL to give it to them good. And as I would expect, SIRPAUL delivers with a stamina and bravado few could dish out with so many hot men watching. And from the looks of the crowd, he gives them just what they were looking for. Speaking of what you are looking for, with the single is a new EP, featuring a single version of the song, and three hot remixes. And there is also a new song, the darkly sensual "Strut", giving marching orders as only SIRPAUL can. But first, I hope you enjoy the music video for "Love Sick (Twisted Shit)" by SIRPAUL.

You can purchase the "Love Sick EP" from iTunes and Amazon. The track can also found on his latest album, 'Seventh Star', which is available from iTunes and Amazon. To learn more about SIRPAUL, visit his official website. You can also connect with him on social medias, if you would just 'like' him on Facebook, and 'follow' him on Twitter.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Dark Monday • On The Twentieth Century

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Eighty years ago, in 1934, a movie was released by Columbia Pictures. 'Twentieth Century' was directed and produced by Howard Hawkes, starring John Barrymore and Carole Lombard. The screwball comedy was a tale of Hollywood shenanigans, set on a transcontinental train. Based on a 1932 play of the same name by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, who adapted it for the screen. The movie was a delightful romp, but had really been forgotten. But not by everyone. Betty Comden and Adolph Green remembered, so much so they decided to write the book and lyrics, They wanted Cy Coleman to join them, but he was unsure he wanted to write a show highlighting the music of the Jazz era of the 1920s. But once he learned about the show, he was on board. Instead of being light musical fare, he felt it was more of a comedic opera, which intrigued him. The cast featured John Cullum, Kevin Kline, Imogene Coca, and rising star Madeline Kahn.

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(l to r) Kevin Kline, Madeline Kahn, composer Cy Coleman, lyricists Adolph Green and Betty Comden, John Cullum, Imogene Coca, and musical director Paul Gemignani.

The book tells a story of Producer Oscar Jaffee, who is down on his luck and looking for his next project. To help with funding, he pursues Lily Garland, and actress he discovered years before. She is now a Hollywood star, and dating heartthrob Bruce Granit. He hopes to convince her to drop Hollywood and Granit, and return to Broadway in his new production, 'The Passion of Mary Magdalene'. Along the way we get to meet the porters, conductors, Hollywood characters, and religious zealots, all making for an excellent Operatic farce. The production was nominated for nine Tony Awards, with one for Best Musical. The show won five of the nine Tony Awards, including ones for John Cullum and Kevin Kline. This is the performance from the 1978 Tony Awards, the title song. The performance features stars Cullum, Kline, and Coca, as well as Judy Kaye in the leading role.

Nine weeks after opening, Madeline Kahn left the show, and her understudy, Judy Kaye took over the lead role of Lily Garland. The official press release stated Kahn left the show because of damage to her vocal chords. Rumors floated about her being fired for being tough to work with. Years later, costar John Cullum, stated that composer Cy Coleman did not get along with Kahn, and the production on a whole didn't treat her with the respect she was due. He felt she was magical on stage, and was sad she was lost by the production. I thought I would bring you a song by Kahn, one of my favorites off the Broadway Cast album, which I purchased and fell in love with. The song allows the audience to share the moment Jaffee discovered Mildred Plotka. While auditioning a fading star, Oscar asks the accompanist, Plotkin, to sing the song "Veronique", about the French heroine who refused to sleep with Otto Von Bismark, starting the Franco-Prussian War. He found a star, and gave her a new name. She would be known as Lily Garland. This is Madeline Kahn singing "Veronique".

In an odd move, when Kaye was put in place, the producers invited the press back to the show, as if it was a second opening night. They also submitted Judy Kaye for a Drama Desk nomination, not original star Kahn. Kaye got great reviews, and The New York Times even said she was "bang, boom, overnight she is a star star". Kahn had much success in films, like 'What's Up Doc?' starring Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal, as well as the Mel Brooks' comedies 'Blazing Saddles', 'Young Frankenstein', and 'High Anxiety'. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her roles in 'Paper Moon' and 'Blazing Saddles'. You can purchase 'On The Twentieth Century' from iTunes and Amazon. For several years, there has been talk of a revival. It is said that the show will be remounted by the Roundabout Theater Company, starring Kristin Chenoweth and Peter Gallagher, beginning previews in February of 2015.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Love Speaks in 1963

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Clockwise: Little Peggy March, Brenda Lee, Patsy Cline, and Barbara Lewis.

Tonight I turn back the clock, and picture myself sitting in front of the high fidelity record player in 1963. Yes, that was 51 years ago, and, to paraphrase Bob Dylan, "The times, they were a-changin'" Pop music had been something of an adult contemporary playground, with music aimed at adults. But since the late 1950s, music was more and more aimed at the kids, not the parents. And in these songs, you see songs aimed at the different audiences. My first song of the evening was first recorded in 1961, an instrumental recorded by French conductor Franck Pourcel. He had co-written "Chariot" with bandleader Paul Mauriat. Soon, lyrics were added to the song, adapted from a song with lyrics by Jacques Plante. Singer Petula Clark had a hit with Italian and French versions of the song. By 1963, Norman Gimbel translated the lyrics, and 15-year-old Little Peggy March recorded it. When it went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, she became the youngest female to top the chart. This is a video of Little Peggy March singing "I Will Follow Him", with augmented audio.

Next up, we have an artist who was only 19, but was already a household name. In 1960, Brenda Lee has a #1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 with "I'm Sorry". In 1963, she released a song written by Jean Renard and Carl Sigman, "Losing You". The song is a lovely ballad, and the recording was produced by the great Owen Bradley, a driving force in Country music in the 1050s and 1960s. While Lee was a Pop star, she was recording in Nashville from the start, and soon shifted her music to a Country feel. And this song went to #2 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, as well as #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. This is Brenda Lee singing "Losing You".

Our this song of the evening was written by the talented young woman who sang it. Barbara Lewis was just 20 years old when she released "Hello Stranger", a song that combined the smoothness and sexy nature of R&B, while maintaining some of the Pop feel the kids were looking for. The song spent two weeks atop the R&B chart, as well as making it to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. I just love the song, but realize Lewis is best known for a song she released in 1965, "Baby, I'm Yours". To tell you the truth, I think I like this one better. I hope you enjoy Barbara Lewis singing "Hello Stranger".

You might say I've saved the best for last. Well, in this case, it was the song which inspired the post. You see, when I was trying to decide the theme of the night, I started looking at YouTube, and the songs of Patsy Cline. I quickly figured out this was a song I hadn't featured before, but that can no longer be said. "Leavin' On Your Mind" was written by Wayne Walker and Webb Pierce, and made famous in 1963 by Cline. And like Brenda's song, this one was produced by Owen Bradley. But it also had the distinct advantage of being sung by one of the greats at the time. I just love her voice on this song, so rich and so full. This is Patsy Cline singing "Leavin' On Your Mind".

Have a great weekend!

Bonnie Raitt • Runaway

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Bonnie Raitt covers "Runaway", the big hit for Del Shannon in 1961. Raitt is performing on the legendary 'The Midnight Special' in 1977. The song was included on Bonnie's album 'Sweet Forgiveness'. That was the first Raitt album I purchased for my collection. There were more to come... When released as a single, the cover made it to #57 on the Billboard Hot 100. This is Bonnie Raitt singing "Runaway" live.

While I loved this song and album, it wasn't until 12 years later than Raitt found great mainstream success. In 1989, she released 'Nick of Time', which took the world by storm. It was a brilliant album! You can purchase 'Sweet Forgiveness' from iTunes and Amazon. For more about Bonnie Raitt, visit her official website. You can also 'follow' her on Twitter, and 'like' her on Facebook.

Friday, August 8, 2014

Date Night • Take It Off

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For Date Night, I thought I would bring an uplifting short film made by and with the LGBT youth in Europe. 'Take It Off' was directed by Lorenzo Benedetti for the Gruppo Giovani Omphalos, part of Omphalos Arcigay Arcilbesbica association in Perugia, Italy, which fights everyday to claim equal rights for LGBT people, and fights against discrimination. The title 'Take If Off' refers to the mask people sometimes hide behind, whether it be one of hate, fear, or confusion. Perhaps, if everyone would throw the mask and fight against homotransphobia, until each human being has truly gained the same right to be happy. This is 'Take It Off'.

When I see things like this, I have hope that there will come a day when gay, lesbian, bisexuals, and transgender people will have the opportunity to live lives free of hate, bullying, and anything else that can keep anyone from being their true and authentic self. To find out more about the Omphalos Arcigay Arcilbesbica association, you can visit the official website, and 'like' them on Facebook.

The Ramones • Get The Weekend Started!

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The Ramones: Dee Dee Ramone, Joey Ramone, Tommy Ramone, and Johnny Ramone.

Last month saw the passing of Tommy Ramone, the last surviving original member of the seminal Punk band, The Ramones.With that in mind, I thought I would revise a post I wrote almost five years ago, kicking of the weekend with the band.

I spent way too much times at parties that were not complete until the Ramones played over the sound system, especially "I Wanna Be Sedated". The song was released as the B-side of "She's The One" in 1979, and became an instant classic at least at my college. Taken from the 1978 release 'Road To Ruin', it was classic Ramones, with a speedy, driving beat and a punky salute to the music of the 60s with an eye on the future. Johnny, Joey, Tommy and Deedee Ramone [a family not really related, but all adopted the Ramone surname] were a force to be reckoned with, although it took another decade before a single would actually appear on the US Billboard charts. This is The Ramones with "I Wanna Be Sedated".

Their first single, "Blitzkrieg Bop", was also a song that played at many a party in those days, and was signature Ramones, pure 70s punk. The song had speed, a wall of guitars coming at you, and an irreverent point of view certain to piss off any parent in hearing range. This is the official music video for "Blitzkrieg Bop" by The Ramones.

However, the Ramones reached a certainly plateau with the release of the the cult classic film 'Rock N Roll High School' and their single of the same name. It was the follow-up to "I Wanna Be Sedated", and was certainly flooding the college campuses across the nation. This is the music video for "Rock N Roll High School" from The Ramones.

All these songs can be found on the album 'Hey Ho Let's Go: Greatest Hits', available for purchase from iTunes and Amazon. For more about The Ramones, visit their official website. You can also check them out on Facebook.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Ladies & Gentlemen • George Michael

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I have found myself shaking my fist to the sky, cursing the Gods of shipping as I stand by my mailbox, waiting for my copy of Anthony Callea's 'Ladies & Gentlemen: The Music of George Michael' to arrive from it's seemingly endless journey from Australia to the United States. Instead of getting too crazy, I have decided to return to the source of it all, and visit the brilliant Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou himself for his great music. Yes, that is the given name of entertainer extraordinaire, George Michael. And I shall start with a song that was given to us all almost exactly 30 years ago. "Careless Whisper" was officially released on July 24, 1984. It was a single off the Wham! album, 'Make It Big', but it is really credited to Wham! featuring George Michael. The song, written by George and his bandmate Andrew Ridgeley, went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and stayed there for three weeks. This is the official music video for "Careless Whisper".

In October of 1987, the first solo album hit the ground, and George Michael was off and running. 'Faith' took the world by storm, offering a more mature and, dare I say it, sexier version of the superstar. The album went to #1 on the Billboard 200, and held the spot for 12 consecutive weeks. Hey, that is like three months in a row! 'Faith' also won the Grammy for 'Album of the Year'. The third single was released on January 2, 1980, and spent 14 weeks in the American Top 40. "Father Figure" also spent three weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song had a smokey, smouldering quality, and I couldn't get enough of it. This is George Michael with the official music video for "Father Figure".

And finally, I take a look (or should I say a listen) to Michael's 1996 album, 'Older'. At first I laughed at the album title, for at that point George was only 33, hardly considered older. But once you hear it, you understand he was meaning to show how he had matured, how he had grown since the world had first gotten to know him as the lead singer of Wham! The first single was a brooding and melancholy song that spoke to loss and hurt. "Jesus to a Child" entered the American charts at #7. Later, it was said to be written by Michael as a loving tribute to his lover, Anselmo Feleppa, who the singer/songwriter had met after a concert in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1991. Their love burned bright, but the Brazilian passed away in 1995. Of course, this was all very hush-hush, for this was still while George was in the closet. But when you listen, you can feel the very real pain he was feeling. This is George Michael with his music video for "Jesus to a Child".

Unfortunately for us all, George Michael has faced his health struggles in recent years, from unexplained illnesses to substance abuse issues. But none of that can remove from our hearts and our ears the amazing music he brought to us all. Michael was forced out of the closet in 1998, when he was arrested for "engaging in a lead act" in a public restroom in Hollywood, California. It seems years of lviing in the closet had driven him to anonymous sex, which brought him to that public park. But the important thing is the music, and it is glorious. You can find all three tracks on his album 'Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael', an exceptional compilation of his music. You can purchase the album from Amazon. You can also find them on the compilation 'Twenty Five', available on iTunes and Amazon. For more bout George Michael, visit his official website. You can also 'like' him on Facebook, and 'follow' him on Twitter.

D'Lance Jones • Forever With You

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The coolest thing about following people like JD Doyle of Queer Music Heritage, Len Rogers of OutVoice. Bill Northrup of Pride Schowcase, and Marlee Walchuk of RightOutTV, is the great new music and artists from the LGBT community they bring to my life. This morning, I have Marlee to thank for exposing me to D'Lance Jones, an artist with a great new song turning up the heat on marriage equality. And judging from the cover shot (seen above), he is just the man to get that done.

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D'Lance Jones is an out and proud artist who combines R&B with Soul to make a rich experience for whomever is smart enough to purchase his music. "Forever With You" is both sweet and sexy, an amorous ballad that had me smiling, and maybe even feeling a little warmer than I was before I hit play. It is a love song for the ages, a proposal that will restore your faith in love. And the music video is a perfect complement, letting us watch two men in love, as they are about to join together on a journey that is made possible by marriage equality. The music video was directed by Theshay West, and features the handsome Jones, who wrote this beautiful song. I hope you enjoy D'Lance Jones on "Forever With You".

You know this one went into my playlists immediately. You can purchase "Forever With You" from iTunes and Amazon. To learn more about D'lance Jones, you can check him out on his official website. You can also 'like' him on Facebook and 'follow' him on Twitter.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Athena Reich & Isis • Noah's Unicorn

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New York-based singer/songwriter Athena Reich has gone Biblical on our asses in her latest music video, "Noah's Unicorn". Well, she is really telling us the story of the unicorn, and makes a stop on Noah's Ark. While I do like the song very much, the video is an amazing journey that made me so very happy. Once I saw it, I knew I had to share it with you all. The song was written by Athena, and was heard on the recording in the vocals, as well as playing Ukulele, Piano and Synth. She is joined in the music video by dancers Kyle Rostan, Sanam Erfani, Michael J Clark, Katarina Lott, and Cyle Jackson. Rostan had double duty, dancing as well as being responsible for the choreography. Athena Zhe was the mastermind behind the visual art, handling the sets, costumes, and the amazing make-up. Kevin Kolack not only shot the video, but also was in charge of the editing. The joyful journey taken by the video is just something you should all experience, and share with others! This is Athena Reich with "Noah's Unicorn".

I love the song, but it is not available for purchase at this time. However, you can find Athena's music on iTunes and Amazon. For more about Athena Reich, visit her official website. You can also 'friend' her on Facebook, and 'follow' her on Twitter.

Adore Delano • Hello, I Love You

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After making it tot he finals of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 6, you'd think Adore Delano might want to take a break, but that apparently is far from the case. Not only has she released the album 'Till Death Do Us Party', but she has released the fourth single and music video! Of her time on the show, Adore says “I represent the new queens, the weirdos, the unpolished,” she says. “I stand for those who have been told ‘you can’t do this.’ I’m here to say, ‘you can’.” Her latest release is "Hello, I Love You", a scrumptious tale of young love that is positively stalkeriffic.

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As if often the case, the best songs speak the truth. “I was fatally attracted to a guy named Greg Ahern in high school," Adore admitted. "I cut his picture out of my brother’s yearbook and I would stalk him during his wrestling practices.” In the video, Adore has a young man she fancies, but I can't really say he feels the same to the young queen. Or really likes her attention. When asked more about her past, Adore doesn't hold back. “When it comes to finding love, I can be aggressive,” she admits. “I can also be a gentle pussycat. It all depends on the person I'm in love with… and if I ate that day or not.” I know,you are all dying to know if Adore has found love, right? “I think I’m falling in love with a boy I met at a show in Australia,” she says. “He's magical.” But what if he doesn't feel the same for her? “I’ll cry about it for two days and then find a cute twink on Jack'd to forget about him.” Sounds like a the makings of a song from the next album, doesn't it? Here is the music video for "Hello, I Love You" by Adore Delano.

To purchase the single "Hello, I Love You", and I know you wanna, you can find it on iTunes and Amazon. If you'd like more, you can find the album 'Till Death Do Us Party' on iTunes and Amazon, as well!. For more about Adore Delano, visit her official website. You can also 'like' her on Facebook, and 'follow' her on Twitter.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Tom Goss • Fancy (Iggy Azalea cover)

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You can say a lot of things about Tom Goss, like how he is immensely talented, strikingly handsome and astonishingly versatile. But something you can never say is that Tom is boring. You see, he always seems to be pushing himself, and moving in directions even a rabid fan like myself would not see coming. From style to costume to substance, Tom will find a way to surprise me. And with his latest music video, he has done it again. Tom takes on "Fancy", the hit from Australian Rapper Iggy Azalea and English singer-songwriter Charli XCX. Tom doesn't have any help, aside from himself and some great equipment. His creativity and talent shine, especially when he releases his Wisconsin gangster with a joyous spirit. His performance was captured beautifully by Aram Vartian, who shot, directed and edited the video. The two wrok well together, for Aram has been on the creative team for most of Tom's videos. This is Tom Goss with "Fancy", the Iggy Izalea cover.

Tom has made this single available for FREE on his Facebook page. You better believe I got my copy, and it went directly into my August playlist. I can guarantee you I will be listening to it for the rest of the summer! To learn more about Tom, visit his official website. You can also follow him on Twitter, or like him on Facebook. You should check out his latest album, 'Wait', released this past May. You can preview and purchase it from iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon. You can also buy the physical CD from Tom's online store.


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