Friday, November 2, 2007

I-pod stuff

I thought I would share what's on my i-pod.

Jim Post loves his life and so do I.
He also carries off the wet, soggy mustache with dignity.

Who can forget these 5 guys? Their music is as timeless as their fashion.

When it's time to rock Battle Axe does it for me. The lead singer is also quite the artist as you can see by the awesome cover work.

These girls are an incredible story and little Vicki has the voice of an angel..... a blind angel.

Mike Terry can only be compared with the likes of Liberace and Sir Elton John. This live album is a must have for all piano music lovers.

Joyce is HUGE in Japan, I can't believe that I found this album at a garage sale for .50 cents. I could probably get at least $50 for it on ebay.

When I have had a bad day I request Ken and my troubles seem to melt away.

As you can tell Francisco and Fernando really know how to party and I think Tino has a shot at being the next Ricky Martin.

The Reverend Freddie Gage is obviously a lonely man and has inspired other bands like Morrisey and Smashing Pumpkins.

This cover art is obviously a rip-off of Herb Albert's "Whip Cream" album but these 5 British Ladies can really sing.

I saved the best for last. Who knew that Colonel Sanders singing voice was as totally spicy-awesome as his chicken? Then throw in the fact that he is partying in Tijuana with his chicken and you have an album to remember.


Bob said...

Your posts never dissapoint. Do you think the Colonel brought the chicken with him, or fried it in Mexico?

Lynette said...

Are these songs really on your ipod? I don't believe it.

Sarah Weston said...

hmmm . . . I think I've seen some of these albums before. stumbleupon??? Hmmmm??

stace said...

you have too much time on your hands.

i am only commenting because you made a comment on mine and that now obligates me to comment on yours...even if your posts aren't as important as which Christmas dress to buy.

stace said...

actually...your post is pretty funny.

stace said...

if only I have the musical insight that you do. Are you sure that you really didn't go to college and major in modern art history, and music dance theater?


Barb & Sean said...

Hey, tell us about your knee surgery. When was it/how did it go? How are you feeling??