Music Videos

I play guitar. Fairly well. And I love to play the Blues (see post of April 20, 2012). I play some drums learned from my old friend Paul S. of the “Shadows of Knight” (I went to high school with the Shadows).  I sometimes sit at the computer and play along with music videos or downloads.  And sing.   Do you ever log on to music videos? Some of the best I’ve seen are the following – some of which have literally millions of “listens.”  Oh come ON.  Check it out.  At least, check out Little Richard:
Spencer Davis – “Gimme some Lovin'” –  (1966 – really good stuff)

“Rock Me Baby” – (the original was taken down – now see BB King)  

Little Richard  – “Good Golly Miss Molly” –  (you have got to watch this!  Please!  You will not regret it.  I promise you will smile)

Jerry Lee Lewis – “Great Balls of Fire” –  (for a 3 piece group – an amazing presentation)

Billy Lee Riley – “My Gal is Red Hot” –      

Kenny Chesney – “She Thinks my Tractor’s Sexy” – (there are several iterations of the video.  This is a good one.  Great for boot scootin’)

Michael Jackson – “Thriller” – (best music video of the ’80’s.  I miss MJ’s creativity)

Lady Gaga (Yeah – Lady Gaga) – “Poker Face” –  (her best. . . nearly 200 million hits!)

I continue to tell Donna I should get my old group back together (I played in college with “Scott and the Bookends” – two girls and me – and the “Corydon Trio’).  But Donna keeps saying “Don’t quit the day job, Elvis.”  (Sigh)  Wait a minute. . . . maybe Lady Gaga needs a backup guitarist. . . . .

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  1. Don Fagerberg

    Thanks, Scott. Question: how was Christmas Eve and Christmas Day? (And, do I capitalize the “H” after a colon?) Also, could you call me sometime soon? Thanks/


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