This week’s #tincanland playlist: optimism

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Nov 17, 2019

I’m confident you’ll like these.


This week’s #tincanland playlist: guns


November 10, 2019

Don’t shoot the messenger


This week’s #tincanland playlist: tools

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Nov 3, 2019
Don’t put your eye out with this thing

This week’s #tincanland playlist: protesting

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October 27, 2019
A riot is the language of the unheard
― Martin Luther King Jr.

It’s even more new music on this Sunday’s #tincanland:

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October 20, 2019
It’s a big closet. Inside joke.

It’s another new music Sunday on #tincanland:

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October 13, 2019
Cleaning out my music closet. Kinda like Eminem, but not.

This week’s #tincanland playlist: Harry Warren

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September 29, 2019

Just before rock and roll, popular music came mostly from Broadway songwriting duos: George Gershwin composed the music, his brother Ira wrote the words; Richard Rodgers teamed up with Lorenz Hart and then Oscar Hammerstein; Burt Bacharach had Hal David…(Irving Berlin, the greatest of them all, didn’t need anybody.)

And then there’s the lesser-known Harry Warren, who wrote for movies when musicals still ruled. Writing with lyricist Al Dubin in the 1930’s and Mack Gordon in the 1940’s, he charted 21 #1 hits, won 3 Oscars and was nominated for 8 more.

You might know a few of these:

Warren also wrote Jeepers, Creepers, That’s Amore, Shuffle Off To Buffalo and We’re In The Money, among others, but we don’t need to hear those today.

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