Beej Weir's Jukebox
Joe Walsh - Walk Away (Live)
124 plays

the-theme-is:

Artist: Joe Walsh
Track: Walk Away (Live)
Album: You Can’t Argue With a Sick Mind
Year: 1976
Theme: Walking

Regina Spektor - You've Got Time
39,472 plays

radtracks:

you’ve got time // regina spektor

remember all their faces
remember all their voices
everything is different
the second time around

The Soul Survivors - Expressway To Your Heart
639 playsDownload

mudwerks:

The Soul Survivors - Expressway To Your Heart

M.I.A. - Bad Girls (Instrumental)
833,187 plays
Reuben Wilson - Knock On Wood
15 plays

nodelusions916:

Knock On Wood

by Reuben Wilson

1969 Blue Mode

Reuben Wilson - organ

Tommy Derrick - drums

Melvin Sparks - guitar

John Manning - tenor saxophone

Anew Revolution - Generation
85 plays

scarymarymusic:

Anew Revolution - Generation

soulmusicsongs:

Zamba Ben - Marku Ribas (Marku, 1973)

droneorgohome:

Jordi Savall
The Lancashire Pipes (Mi Majeur)

behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: June 10, 1972 - “The Candy Man” by Sammy Davis, Jr. hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, also topping the Adult Contemporary chart for 2 weeks on May 20, 1972. Written by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, it is the biggest hit for the Harlem, NY born singer, actor and entertainer. The song is originally written for the film “Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory” in 1971. The original version of the song is sung by actor Aubrey Woods in the film. Entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr. will record “The Candy Man” shortly after the release of “Willy Wonka” and is included on his album “Sammy Davis Jr. Now!”. The track is produced by MGM Records president Mike Curb, legendary producer and arranger Don Costa, and Michael Viner (Incredible Bongo Band). It also features background vocals by The Mike Curb Congregation who had previously recorded it before Davis, but will fail to chart. Entering the Hot 100 at #97 on March 11, 1972, it will climb to the top of the chart thirteen weeks later. “The Candy Man” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.