Yes, I know - this example is 80''s. I''ve found it to be a really great workout song. This version builds to a nice crescendo. \
It really gets going around 2:20. You have to listen through the first 2 minutes. \
R2, i had totally forgotten SInead''s No man''s woman...i loved that song! thank!
Holiday by The Other Ones
Middle of Nowhere - by House of Schock. It was featured in the movie "Bull Durham," and was a very minor success in the summer of 1988. I had forgotten all about it until recently, and listening to it takes me back to that summer, probably the best of my life. \
The band includes Gina Schock (drummer of the Go Gos) and Vance DeGeneres (brother of Ellen). And Gina never looked better than she looks in this video.
Mazzy Star,Their other songs not just "fade into you"
Cat Power, Nude as the News.\
Most of people who know her just jumped on The Greatest bandwagon, but before that she was an underground icon to indie kids.\
Her early work is so much better than her new stuff, if you''ve into her since The Greatest, you should go back and listen to song like this, plus the video is cool and she is absolutely gorgeous in the video, like an indie Audrey Hepburn.
Thanks for posting the House of Schock clip--Gina doesn''t have a bad voice at all. Was surprised to see her playing guitar, though.
You''re welcome, R13. I''ve had that song in my head since I posted it yesterday.\
I''m not sure Gina really plays guitar. I know she played drums on a couple of tracks, but I thought she only did vocals for the group. Who knows?
"Minute by Minute" and "You Belong to Me" by Michael McDonald and the Doobie Bros.%0D\
"This is It" Kenny Loggins
If you''re American, you probably haven''t heard this, since it was never released in the US.%0D\
George Michael and Mary J. Blige covering Stevie Wonder''s "As".%0D\
It''s so good it made me shiver the first time I heard it.
Which R24, is the template for ''Borderline'' by Madge.
Ummm, hello...I just saw and heard this for the first time. I like chubby guys so I clicked this link. Plan B - She Said.
Has anyone heard this? This guy has an unexpected voice and the song is a cool old-style vibe.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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