Musical Drivel


#1

Pretty sure I just heard Evan Dando singing the jingle on a new Volkswagen commercial.


#2

Wow I wonder how he’s going. I see his tweets or Instagrams and it seems he’s been quite lost for some time, that’s my impression at least


#3

I found out it’s just an old song that Volkswagen used for the commercial. Not like he made a song for the commercial. That made me feel better. I still like him regardless. It’s a song from Schoolhouse Rock.


#4

Types of metal… parody


#5

Gisele unplugged


#6

I have a friend who set up a server and hosts music from his “NAS”.

He’s got a lot of music on there (2,226 albums) and I can stream it while I work off my phone so I don’t clutter up my work machine with a gazillion music files.

I downloaded an app on my phone called DS Audio and I can access his server and stream the music while also downloading the files onto my phone.

It’s a pretty slick setup and I like it much better than iTunes. He calls it Scottify.


#7

https://www.jambase.com/article/neil-young-induct-pearl-jam-rock-roll-hall-fame


#8

Ten Years Gone is the best Led Zeppelin song.


#9

https://www.jambase.com/article/exclusive-premiere-brothers-comatose-cover-ryan-adams-elevator-sessions


#10

Musc documentary
Skip to 2:55 for the start. Opening titles are way too long.


#11

#12

A stone cold classic if you’ve never seen this

Roasted to s crisp. There was no come back


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#15

Wait, Springsteen is only #5?


#16

I was surprised to find that the author didn’t place himself at #1.

Even for the LA Weekly, which I read weekly in paper form for many years, this is garbage. But I guess bloggers are now writers. Lester Bangs is spinning in his grave.


#17

I remember when that aired. The little boy is Carlton.


#18

ICP ‘cover’ Cristina Aguilera

It’s an anthem for a new generation

I’ve always suspected Monkey might be juggalo. Let’s see if he likes this. Whoop! Whoop!


#19

this is satire right?
but he’s spot on about this candyass jammy mother fucker! :wink: just kidding @LBSUNFLWR

  1. Jerry Garcia
    Garcia’s gutless, drug-addled brand of candyass jamming wreaked havoc on rock ‘n’ roll, derailing what had been a form of rebel confrontation and paving the way for spineless hippie quasi-folk. Garcia’s guitar was always listless, flabby and aimless. He never went anywhere and always took his sweet time doing it, yet is endlessly venerated as a soloist on par with the greatest names in musical history. Hogwash. The ultimate illustration of Garcia’s dead-from-the-neck-up approach came when an SFPD officer, patrolling Golden Gate Park at noontime in January 1985, got an acrid whiff of Garcia’s burning cocaine — the peace-and-love icon was freebasing in the front seat of his BMW. Far out, man.

#20

Tl;dr