Allman Brothers – In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed — PowerPop… An Eclectic Collection of Pop Culture (Reblog)

This song and Jessica are their two most well known instrumentals. The Allman Brothers…much like the Grateful Dead could deliver live. They constantly toured early in their careers and played free concerts in parks all over to grow their audience. They released one of the best live albums of all time with At Fillmore East. […]

Allman Brothers – In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed — PowerPop… An Eclectic Collection of Pop Culture

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #353: “FIRE”- OHIO PLAYERS – FEBRUARY 8, 1975 — slicethelife (Reblog)

Billboard #1 Hits: #353: “Fire”- Ohio Players. February 8, 1975. #1 for 1 week in Billboard Hot 100. Single: “Fire”- Ohio Players Record Company -Mercury Genre: Funk. Soul Written by Bill Beck, Leroy Bonner, Marshall Jones, Ralph Middlebrooks, Marvin Pierce, Clarence Satchell, James Williams Time: 3:12 B-side: “Together” Album-Fire Grade: B Peaked at #1 1 […]

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #353: “FIRE”- OHIO PLAYERS – FEBRUARY 8, 1975 — slicethelife

Buddy Holly – Everyday — PowerPop… An Eclectic Collection of Pop Culture (Reblog)

It’s always an honor to post a Buddy Holly song.  This one was written  written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty. Buddy was a singer, songwriter, producer, and performer. During his short career, Holly was able to merge the sounds of rockabilly, country music, and R&B to help make rock and roll popular. The song was recorded in […]

Buddy Holly – Everyday — PowerPop… An Eclectic Collection of Pop Culture

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #413: “CAR WASH”- ROSE ROYCE – JANUARY 29, 1977 — slicethelife (Reblog)

Billboard #1 Hits: #413: “Car Wash”- Rose Royce. January 29, 1977. #1 for 1 week in Billboard Hot 100. Single: “Car Wash”- Rose Royce Record Company–MCA Genre: Disco- Funk Written by Norman Whitfield Time: 5:06 B-side:”Water” Album- Car Wash: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Grade: B+ Peaked at #1 1 week in Billboard Hot 100. #9 […]

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #413: “CAR WASH”- ROSE ROYCE – JANUARY 29, 1977 — slicethelife

SEVEN SPANISH ANGELS | RAY CHARLES AND WILLIE NELSON — AMERICA ON COFFEE (Reblog)

A great story song performed by two season musicians, Ray Charles and Willie Nelson. The song was written by Troy Seals and Eddie Setser, and recorded by… Read more “SEVEN SPANISH ANGELS | RAY CHARLES AND WILLIE NELSON”

SEVEN SPANISH ANGELS | RAY CHARLES AND WILLIE NELSON — AMERICA ON COFFEE

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: # 425: ” SIR DUKE”- STEVIE WONDER – MAY 21, 1977 — slicethelife (Reblog)

Billboard #1 Hits: #425: “Sir Duke”- Stevie Wonder. May 21, 1977. #1 for 3 weeks in Billboard Hot 100. Single: ” Sir Duke”- Stevie Wonder Record Company- Tamla Genre: Funk, R&B Written by Stevie Wonder Time: 3:54 B-side:” He’s Misstra Know-It-All” Album- Songs In The Key Of Life Grade: A+ Peaked at #1 3 weeks […]

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: # 425: ” SIR DUKE”- STEVIE WONDER – MAY 21, 1977 — slicethelife

Chippewa Lake – Abandoned Since 1978 — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

Chippewa Lake Park is a former Medina County theme park, which operated for 100 years, from 1878 until 1978. Since the park’s closure, it has sat vacant. Early history Initially opened by Edward Andrews as Andrew’s Pleasure Grounds in 1875, the park offered a picnic ground and beach, a steamboat, and the park’s first roller…

Chippewa Lake – Abandoned Since 1978 — Architectural Afterlife

Dayton’s Abandoned Skyscraper Where the Wright Brothers Had an Office — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

An incredible abandoned skyscraper (though no longer an official skyscraper as of today’s definition) that not only held a recording studio, and luxurious penthouse suite, but many other operations throughout. The Wright brothers even had an office here. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 10, 1993. Let’s take…

Dayton’s Abandoned Skyscraper Where the Wright Brothers Had an Office — Architectural Afterlife

Once a TB Ward, Turned to a Prison, and Finally Left to Decay — Architectural Afterlife (Reblog)

Once a tuberculosis sanatorium, converted to a medium-security state correctional institution. Early history In the early 1900s, Samuel G. Dixon – Pennsylvania’s Commissioner of Health – had been searching for locations in the mountains to place a tuberculosis hospital. He was seeking a location here specifically due to the benefits of open air and exercise…

Once a TB Ward, Turned to a Prison, and Finally Left to Decay — Architectural Afterlife