The awesome Mavis Staples and The Band as captured by Martin Scorsese.
Thanks to YouTuber Zvankli Militorovic
Monday, I had Friday on my mind.
The Australian Easybeats’, with their hit 1966 pop song that had something extra-Kinksish about it.
Got to love the energetic joyous performances.
Thanks to YouTuber рлин Вълчев
Willie Nelson, with his beloved guitar, Trigger; Emmylou Harris assisting on vocals; and Willie’s sister, Bobbi, on keyboard. The poignant lyrics are by Mr. Nelson.
More Willie Nelson at WillieNelsonVEVO
Monday morning, breakfast is served.
Who knew that lead singer Larry Henley of this 1964 hit was, as one YouTuber commented, a white Bill Clinton lookalike?
They never had another big hit, but as the Beatles became more and more popular, they adopted Beatles-style haircuts in an effort to hold onto fame.
It didn’t work.
Thanks to YouTuber Carl’s Old Record Club
Monday morning The McCoys urge Sloopy to hang on.
The woman in the video is Liz Brewer who was once married to the lead singer of the McCoys, Rick Derringer.
Who was Sloopy? So far I’ve tracked down four stories:
Thanks to YouTuber TransatlanticMoments
In this rare live television performance, Paul Simon and his younger brother, Eddie Simon, play Davey Graham’s catchy guitar instrumental, “Anji.” Eddie, who looks remarkably like Paul, used to run the Guitar Study Center in New York City, and later he helped to manage some of Paul’s tours. He was also executive producer of some of the Simon and Garfunkel compilation albums. It’s fun to watch the two of them workout and exercise their chops on this one.
More at Simon and Garfunkel News
The alarm clock rings Monday, and you’re ready to tote that barge, lift that bale. John Handy’s 1976 surprise hit jazz recording in its original longer album version.
Thanks to YouTuber Marc Leroy
Okay, Monday morning, granted that maybe you have the Bob Mackie gowns hanging in your wardrobe, like Cher; and granted that maybe you have the glam wigs sitting on your dresser, like Cher; and granted, too, that maybe you even have the adoring audience, like Cher; but what you don’t have, Buddy, that Cher has, is the set of freakin’ dancers, bouncing insanely above you, suspended on bungee cords.
Cher with the first ever auto-tuned hit.
Thanks to YouTuber CherLiveInConcert
Monday morning and you don’t even realize it yet, down to the last drop of the last bottle. Marisoul of La Santa Cecilia and Eugenia Leon sing “En El Ultimo Trago”: