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Daily Listen: Apache

APACHE by Incredible Bongo Band. Fans of hip-hop are almost certainly familiar with the extended percussion break in the middle of this 1972 classic. It’s been sampled by about a million DJ’s. This song was originally done in 1960 by a British band called The Shadows. Oddly enough, there was never an actual Incredible Bongo Band. It was just a group of studio musicians organized by a guy named Michael Viner.

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03 2011

Daily Listen: I’d Love to Change the World

I’D LOVE TO CHANGE THE WORLD by Ten Years After. This is one of those songs that everyone has always known, but I’d wager that most people don’t have a clue who recorded it. I’d have to give Ten Years After the award for the most obscure band to appear at Woodstock. I imagine people might have remembered their performance more if they’d played this song, but it wasn’t actually written until 1971.

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Daily Listen: Raiders of the Lost Ark Theme

RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK THEME by John Williams. A great theme song from a great movie, but if you’re like me, you probably don’t remember how it goes after the initial “dun-da-dun-da, dun-da-da” part. Regardless, if this song doesn’t make you yearn to get out and crack whips and steal priceless artifacts from the Nazis, I don’t know what will. I encourage you all to act on that thought, too.

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Here’s a rather boring video of Williams conducting an orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl last year: Raiders of the Lost Ark Theme

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Wild Honey

WILD HONEY by The Skatalites. I read somewhere that “before there was reggae, there were The Skatalites,” and it’s hard to argue against that statement. The Skatalites’ roots go way back to Kingston in the mid-’50’s. Most of the original members are long dead, but the band still tours and records to this day. Their heyday was in the early ’60’s, but this release from 2000 shows they can still crank out some great music.

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03 2011

Daily Listen: I’ve Got You Under My Skin

I’VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN by Frank Sinatra. Old Blue Eyes first recorded this Cole Porter standard in 1956 for the album Songs for Swingin’ Lovers. How sweet of a name is that? Pictured is the original album cover. For some reason after a year Capitol Records changed it to have Frank facing the two lovers, which is how it remains to this day. One of my favorite Sinatra tunes to sing in the shower.

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The guy was pretty suave. Check out the old TV appearance: I’ve Got You Under My Skin

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Be Good Johnny

BE GOOD JOHNNY by Men At Work. Admit it, when this album came out in 1983, you thought this Australian quintet was going to be the next big thing. How huge were they? They had the No. 1 song and No. 1 album at the same time in the U.S. and U.K. No other Australian band has ever done that. They followed up Business As Usual with another No. 1, Overkill, and then somehow were defunct by 1986. Pity.

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I totally forgot there was a video for this song: Be Good Johnny

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Hwe Towe Hun

HWE TOWE HUN by T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo. This is off a collection from Soundway Records called The Kings of Benin Urban Groove (Benin being a country in West Africa). If you dispute that claim, know that these guys have apparently been together more than 40 years and released 100 albums in their homeland. A hundred! That’s insane. It’s no wonder Soundway calls them a “household name” in Benin.

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Daily Listen: Workin’ at the Car Wash Blues

WORKIN’ AT THE CAR WASH BLUES by Jim Croce. Jim Croce is another one of those artists who toed the line between country and rock. Most of his songs are on the side of the line that I like, but he has some dogs. Love this song, though, which wasn’t actually released until some time after his death in a plane crash at the age of 30. As a rule, I think recording artists should never travel in small aircraft.

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Here he is doing a live version for the BBC: Workin’ at the Car Wash Blues

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Caught, Can We Get a Witness?

CAUGHT, CAN WE GET A WITNESS? by Public Enemy. With all the other monster tracks on It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, it was inevitable that some songs should slip through the cracks. You can’t tell me, though, that this isn’t a better song than “Don’t Believe the Hype.” In fact, this is one of the best songs on the album. I’m still a little surprised that this one didn’t become a bigger hit for them.

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I love the fact that they tour with a live band now: Caught, Can We Get a Witness?

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Rush

RUSH by Big Audio Dynamite II. Following the demise of The Clash in the mid-’80’s, guitarist Mick Jones went on to form this band, which started as simply Big Audio Dynamite but for some reason added the “II” after the lineup changed. I wasn’t all that crazy about some of the dance music elements they incorporated, but this song, off 1990’s The Globe, has always been a favorite of mine.

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Love the guy, but Mick Jones is not an attractive individual: Rush

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