Tag: 3 AM Eternal

3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney & Wings “My Love” (1973)

Even during the midst of his creative nadir, Sir Paul could still produce a rare jewel of a song.

3AM Eternal: Earth, Wind & Fire “September” (1978)

Of course we would feature this song today.

3AM Eternal: Deep Elm Records: Too Young To Die

This month, we’re looking at some of the best records to come from the venerable independent label Deep Elm over the past twenty years.

3 AM Eternal: Eruption “I Can’t Stand The Rain” (1977)

An excellent disco update of a contemporary soul number.

3 AM Eternal: The Judds “Rockin’ With The Rhythm Of The Rain” (1986)

A lovely little 1980s country-pop number from mother-daughter juggernaut The Judds.

3AM Eternal: L.C. Cooke “Sufferin'” (1961)

A wonderful, brief side from the younger brother of Soul great Sam Cooke.

3AM Eternal: Girls Against Boys Freak*On*Ica

Slutty, lusty dudes sign to a major label and make a record just like their previous, critically loved records. Backlash ensues!

3AM Eternal: Combustible Edison “The Millionaire’s Holiday” (1994)

A little music for your weekend, sir? A drink, madame? Combustible Edison’s debut album remains a highlight of the post-grunge Sub Pop era.

3AM Eternal: Bon Jovi “Misunderstood” (2002)

A surprisingly wonderful late period Bon Jovi song, and an announcement of our intentions for 2015.

3AM Eternal: Electric Light Orchestra “Loser Gone Wild” (1983)

This week, we take a look at the varied and interesting music of Electric Light Orchestra.