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WORLDS GREATEST ROCK & ROLL BAND “The ROLLING STONES”

ROLLING STONES Original Band with Brian Jones, Mick Jagger,Keith Richards,Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman …

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REMEMBERING AMY “WINEHOUSE”

AMY WINEHOUSE PERFORMS “VALERIE” With Mark Ronson

What a shame. We Lost one of the “Few Great” Musical Artist of the current day .. “God The Music is So Dam Awful These Days” !!! Other the the late great Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys, Ceelo Green and just a “Handful” of other, “The Music These Days Is Total CRAP” !!!! What The Hell Happened to the Music World, Musical Artists, and People Taste? All turned to Crap I guess?
That’s why we have to hang on to the great musicians of days past. people like Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones (still current), Marvin Gaye, and on and on .. Thank God for Records and Recordings and the Great Musical Artists of The 5os, 60s, 70, and even 80s or if we had to depend on current “Shitty Musicians Like The Likes of Today.” Thank Goodness for “Amy” Janis, Jimi, Marvin, all the Great R&B of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, Gar Rock, Classic Rock, Rock N Roll and all the Great Music of The Past .. We certainly have next to nothing today, “Nothing But Crap” I see Bands on all the 3 Late Shows on every night that are “Absolutely Horrible” devoid of talent, or any life, melody, and rhythm in their SHITTY MUSIC, “Just a Bunch of Crap.” 90% of The Musical Artist that I see on Letterman, Leno, and Jimmy Fallon’s shows would have been “laughed off the stage” back in the 60’s and 70’s …. They wouldn’t even make it to the stage as bookers would ask them “Are you out of you mind? You’re Terrible! What makes you think you could ever possibly play on the Tonight Show?” OR any other TV Show back then. Back then you had to have talent, their was quite a lot of Talent back then. Now their is such “Shit” and nothing else, that shows like Letterman, The Tonight Show and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon are forced to put on Shit. There’s nothing else. No alternative. Thank God for old R&B, Rock-N-Roll, Pop, and AMerican Standards. We have something to listen to .. Great Things !

Daniel Bellino-Zwicke

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AMY WINEHOUSE

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AMY WINEHOUSE
 
“LOVE is a LOSING GAME”
 
Listen to this soulful performance by Amy Winehouse, singing Love is a Losing Game at the Brit Awards. She’s pouring her heart out over her low-life husband Blake, who it is widely believed was the person who got her onto hard drugs and a path towards a downward spiral of ill health.
 
The official coroners report stated that Amy died of Alcohol Toxicity from consuming a too much alcohol and too short a time, in affect poisoning her body and bloodstream. The autopsy confirmed that Winehouse had 350mg of alcohol in her bloodstream causing her death. 
 
 
Amy had many daemons, so they say, she struggle with Drug Addiction, Alcohol addiction and Bulimia. Sadly Amy didn’t make it. She was unable to overcome her daemons before she died. There have been many Rock Stars who have had huge drug problems and still made it. They abused drugs, but didn’t die and cleaned up their acts in time to prevent dying. Case in point Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, and most famous of all Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. Amy and others, such as; Jimi Hendrix, Brian Jones, and Jim Morrison of The Doors. Sadly, unlike others who made it, these artists were unable to get clean before their apparent deaths including Amy Winehouse. Amy Winehouse was a great talent. It would have been wonderful if she made it past that critical point that took her bright life.
 
We remember Amy Winehouse, by listening to her music, and soulful recordings as we pray for her soul, and lament her not making it. God Bless Amy.
 
 
 
 
Sadly for Amy Winehouse
 
Love was a Losing Game
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ROCK STARS Who Died at the Age of 27
Jim Morrison
Jimi Hendrix
Janis Joplin
Brian Jones
Amy Winehouse
The 27 Club
 

RADIO

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Radio? I Love it .. Many take it for granted, The Radio. Not Me .. It’s amazing, the Radio .. Believe me, when the Radio first came out, people did not take it for granted .. It was the marvel of the day. The first major use of the Radio to the American general public began in the early 1920’s .. America’s first radio stations popped up in the year 1920, but it took a couple years for the general population to get and use them in any great numbers. But once the radio did kick in, it was the greatest thing of the day. People could listen to music, news, skits, and comedic programming. The Radio was a Big and instant Success, and the American Public just loved it.

The 1930’s were a grand hey-day of Radio as it didn’t have TV to contend with. Some popular Radio Shows of the day, were; Roy Rogers and Hop AlongCassidy (Western),Jack Benny (Comedy), Batman, Flash Gordon and Superman, all Super Heroes.

For me, I remember always loving Radio as a very young child, ever since I could remember anything. I especially loved listening to it as we would drive in one of my dads cars; a Plymouth Fury, Packard (The Last Packard ever made), or Fabulous 1958 Cadillac Eldorado. back Then, I especially loved; The Beatles, The Supremes, and The Four Seasons of nearby Bellville, New Jersey, “Sherry! Sherry Baby!”

All these years, Radio has never wavered. It’s always there, still and always great. Always providing great news, info, and Great Music. Well Great Music that is, if you listen to great music and not a station that plays “Horrible Crap Rap hip Hop.” Now that’s not good, and unfortunately it’s out there on some radio stations that cater too those with the God Awful Taste who enjoy listening to “Crap” Rap.

 Well, let’s get off that subject, and on to all the Good and great Music that Radio has given us over the years: Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, R&B, Pop, Jazz, Classical and more. Before TV it was a big thing to listen to Boxing Matches on the Radio, The Preakness, Kentucky Derby, Baseball, Basketball, and Football games, and listening to sports on the radio is still pretty big.

  Yes radio gives us a lot. It’s quite versatile, and with sports, Talk Radio, and the News, it’s biggest source and popularity is through music. Still, you ride in your car, you’ve got the radio on, it enhances the experience, of driving that is. Music on the radio has enhanced millions of experiences over the years, especially for lovers, young and old who have Necked (Made Out), and Fallen in Love with Music from the Radio, and please “No Rap.”

 

 

 

to be CONTINUED

 

 

Daniel Bellino Zwicke

 

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