Tag: RIP

Sharon Paige

Song Of The Day: Sharon Paige & Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, “Hope That We Can Be Together Soon”

We remember the lovely Sharon Paige, member of Philly Soul legends Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes, who passed away this weekend at the age of 67.

Malo

Song Of The Day: Malo, “Suavecito”

We remember the late, great guitarist Jorge Santana by reflecting on his 1972 hit with the band Malo.

Kraftwerk

Song Of The Day: Kraftwerk, “Radioactivity”

We remember Florian Schneider, the late co-founder of German innovators Kraftwerk, who passed away yesterday after a battle with cancer.

Bill Withers

Song Of The Day: Bill Withers, “Let Us Love”

We remember the late Bill Withers, who passed away last week at the age of 81, by letting his words speak for him.

Fountains of Wayne

Song Of The Day: Fountains Of Wayne, “I’ve Got A Flair”

We pay tribute to the late Adam Schlesinger by revisiting the first song we ever heard from his beloved band Fountains Of Wayne.

Kenny Rogers

Song Of The Day: Kenny Rogers, “Love Will Turn You Around”

We remember the late, great Kenny Rogers, who passed away quietly at his home this weekend at the age of 81, by revisiting one of his most beloved singles.

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

Song Of The Day: Psychic TV, “Good Vibrations”

We remember the late, great frontperson for Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV by revisiting one of their more surprising and joyous moments in their amazingly vast and diverse career.

Laura

Laura: A Unique Day For A Unique Gal

A tribute to Laura, my best friend/soulmate/confidant for the past twenty years.

Andrew Weatherall

Song Of The Day: X-Press 2 With Tim DeLaughter, “Witchi Tai To” (2 Lone Swordsmen Remix)

We pay tribute to the late, great Andrew Weatherall by revisiting a more obscure remix production that we’ve always fancied, one that showed a more subtle side to the innovative mixmaster.

Kobe Bryant

Song Of The Day: Kobe Bryant, “Dear Basketball”

The world lost Kobe Bryant yestdarday. This 2017 short film that animated Kobe’s 2015 retirement letter would win him an Academy Award, a fitting tribute.