Music

This is what I’ve been listening to while constructing this website. (Not necessarily the video, but I can’t put my vast collection of music on here.)
All work and no fun makes Richie a very dull boy.

Manhattan Transfer – Soul to Go ………………. I’ll bet money they are lip-syncing this one.

R.E.M. – Man on the Moon …………………………. A tribute to Andy Kaufman (watch it all the way thru)

Gotye – Somebody I Used to Know …………………………… Only 1.7 Billion views (with a ‘B’)

The Heptones – Book of Rules ………………………………… If I were Britannia, I’d wave the rules

Jethro Tull – Too Old to Rock and Roll ………………………… Lip synced, I’ll betcha (That’s ok, I didn’t pay money to look at youtube.)

Sheryl Crow – Soak Up The Sun ……………………………………… Can you imagine if UC Santa Barbara had accepted me for Grad School? I can.

Stray Cats – Rock This Town ………………………………. remember when swing was hot.

Los Lobos – One Time, One Night ……………………… Saw them at the Botanic Gardens with the Mavericks. Very nice.

John Mellencamp – Authority Song ………………………… I fight Authority, Authority always wins. Nuts.

Madrugada – Majesty ……………………………………. What a voice.

Beth Orton – Thinking About Tomorrow ………………………. Another haunting voice

Blue Oyster Cult – ME 262 ……………………… “In a G load disaster from the rate of climb” – who writes lyrics like that?

Peter Gabriel – Steam …………………………….. Watch the entire concert – one of the best.

Shawn Colvin – Shotgun down the Avalanche …………………….. Ok I’m just screwing with you now. From a rocker to a quiet, thoughtful song.

Johnny Nash – I Can See Clearly Now ………………….. Bet you know this song, but didn’t know it was by Johnny Nash

Dusty Springfield – Son of a Preacher Man ……………….

Shivaree – Goodnight Moon …………………….. From the Kill Bill Soundtrack. A typical Quentin Tarantino movie (a great blood bath)

Harry Belafonte – Day-O ……………………….. I shout “Day-O” at every bridge that I bike under – often there’s a response from someone.