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ROCKOLLECTIONS: BLACKOUTS PT.4 CONCLUSION

First off, a very Happy Hannukah to all for whom that applies!
Time to wrap up this short series on Blackouts.
I'll start with a few more Songs Of Seduction for those Birth-Spikers.
As a moderately successful Seducer, I can never hear too many of those, lol!
Then it is time for us to finally come Out Of The Darkness and Into The Light!
And I am sure I will have at least something unexpected for you in here.
Blackouts are not really fun, but this has been for me...hopefully for you too.
People Let Your Light Shine!
Next week we have a Party!
 
Here are the links to listen as you carefully squint Into The Light, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
 
At Podomatic
 

And a new place Spreaker:
 

Mike

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Comment by Mike Pell on December 15, 2012 at 1:15am
RJ,
Aw Jon was just having a little fun with me.
I explained why I played Garfunkel, but even without the time consideration I am sure I would have chosen him anyway.
And unlike Jon (isn't everybody unlike Jon, lol?), I love Seger too!
Now with Rod Stewart, the few things I have heard do with those old songs are pretty good.
But did he have to turn his back completely on Rock?
That's a great seduction song I played, fit right in.
I always enjoy surprising you- I wasn't sure if I would with Dolly cause you know her music.
Be interesting to hear her do that other Collective Soul song, which is appropriately for now called December.
And the valued Golden Pell goes to Alice Peacock, an excellent choice.
The dark horse in this episode I felt was Jesse Colin Young, thought you just might go for it.
But more likely it seemed either Alice, Dolly, or Van if you had never heard that one.
In short, I had no idea who you would give the Golden Pell to, lol!
Definitely a Christmas show next week, and then a special one for Christmas Day the week after because the terrestrial broadcast falls on Tuesdays.
Thanks for the listen and writing,
Frosty the Pell
Comment by RJhog (Admin) on December 14, 2012 at 11:39am

I have absolutely no idea what you and Jon are talking about.

This was a great show dude.  Only one song that I didn't really like, and that was Mr. Garfunkle.  Unlike Jon, I love Seger.  And I've heard that Rod Stewart song (so has he) many times.  It's a terrific one.  Probably his best from that time period.  Too bad he no longer rocks.  

Dolly was a big surprise.  I totally dig what she did with that song.  Now if she'd just cover that other Collective Soul song, you know, the one where they say "turn your head now baby just spit me out".  I'd love to hear Dolly do that one.

The Golden Pell is gladly give to none other than Alice Peacock.  I'll have to look up her picture, but for now I'll take your word for her beauty.  But that's a terrific song.

Are we getting a Christmas Show next week?

Stay frosty!

Comment by Mike Pell on December 13, 2012 at 9:39pm
Jon you are a little twit, heading for tw_t, lol!
Damn I just grab albums with songs in them that I want to play, I don't look at the TITLE!
You are getting cute with me eh, lol?
I had to look that connection up, seems Felix Pappalardi of Mountain produced the Youngbloods first album.
But not the one I took Darkness Darkness from.
Yeah, you're learning...not sure what, or if you were better before, but you're learning, lol!
 
Comment by Jon on December 13, 2012 at 5:15pm

Oh, come one Mike!

"Never heard that Rod Stewart song before. The only Rod album I have is "A Night On The Town", but this song is pretty good."

Think about it....

Felix Pappalardi is the connection. Am I learning you or what??

Comment by Mike Pell on December 13, 2012 at 12:55pm

Oh The Youngbloods did an album called Elephant Mountain.

That's where I got Darkness Darkness from.

Is that the connection?

Comment by Mike Pell on December 13, 2012 at 12:53pm
Jon,
You never heard that Rod Stewart song before? That is surprising, I think it was a # 1 song.
Very good one too.
Now this strikes me very funny, as only you could put it.
 
 
I made the mistake of giving Connie a BS greatest hits CD and she listened to nothing but that for a year straight. This was about 8 years ago and I'm still burned out on Seger
 
 
Hahahahahaha...again I am speechless!
I thought Dolly did a brilliant version of that Collective Soul song.
You think every female singer sounds like Sheryl Crow, you've said that before, lol!
Alice Peacock is one sweet looker, I'll take her over Sheryl anytime!
Van The Man worked in there I thought.
I had both versions by me, Monty Python and Art Garfunkel.
I was leaning to Garfunkel because I had played Python not too long ago, and I don't like to repeat songs if I can help it.
The clincher for going with Garfunkel was it was the shorter one- if you take a look, once again I went over 29 minutes in that half, driving the station crazy, lol!
But they didn't cut me, they played it all!
I was hoping that people would stick to the end of that Jesse Collin Young tune, because just like you I have always loved how it rocks at the end!
I was going to mention it before I played it but I forgot...like you again, lol!
What's the connection between Mountain and The Youngbloods?
And don't call my show "friggin'", LOL!
Thanks for the listen and writing buddy,
Mike
Comment by Jon on December 12, 2012 at 6:12pm

Never heard that Rod Stewart song before. The only Rod album I have is "A Night On The Town", but this song is pretty good.

No thanks to anything from Bob Seger. I made the mistake of giving Connie a BS greatest hits CD and she listened to nothing but that for a year straight. This was about 8 years ago and I'm still burned out on Seger.

Dolly? Nice! Really nice version. I like that she even threw in the "Yeah's"!

Alice Peacock sounded like Sheryl Crow. Uh yeah...she is good looking!

Can't go wrong with Van Morrison. No sir!

Why didn't you play the Monty Python version if I might ask? The Art Garfunkel version was cool, I'm listening going, "wait a sec...this is Monty Python!"

jesse Collin Young was a good song..started of mellow then really picked up. Me like. Hey, there's a connection between Mountain and The Youngbloods!

Yep,  I got the whole friggin' show!

Comment by Mike Pell on December 12, 2012 at 5:55pm

Seems like Podomatic is the most dependable Jon.

Did you hear the conclusion?

Comment by Jon on December 12, 2012 at 5:08pm

Could have been me, but it kept popping up with "this is unavailable" or something along those lines. I was using Firefox and tried Podomatic again, but it kept loading so I listened to it thru IE. Maybe it's the same with Spreaker.

Comment by Mike Pell on December 12, 2012 at 10:21am

Ok, I'll go back to linking to Soundcloud.

It is still there also.

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