It's a real mixed bag this time, gang; I always try for variety in the selections, but I think that I've outdone myself this time! There's everything from some hot washboard hokum to the Mighty Wurlitzer theater organ, and the playlist finishes up with some pork chops and gravy (a rare radio "air check" by the Ink Spots, from early in their long career). Enjoy!
Not an April fool, or any other kind of foolishness— yes, it's the April edition of Pilsner's Picks!
I almost didn't make my regular first-of-the-month date for it, because my web host completely changed their site's design last month, and so I had a lot of trouble with the song title and embedded MP3 formatting. This is usually a simple procedure, but not this time! It took me about two hours longer than usual, but now I have it down (after plenty or trial and error, mainly…Continue
All right, it's time for me to take a break from all the raging political hoo-hah, before I finish off yet another bottle of aspirin in a futile effort to control my raging Trump- and Clinton- induced headache.
Not just a break, but a musical interlude! Without further ado (I always run out of ado late in the winter), yes, it's the March edition of Pilsner's Picks!Continue
That's a little-known fact about the groundhog. Anyway, since I don't have any groundhog music (whatever that is), I present instead my annual Valentine's Day program of sentimental tunes for lovers. I especially recommend the Cliff Edwards and Hoosier Hot Shots numbers for wooing purposes. Play them for the object of your affection, and I guarantee that something will happen! If it's not to your liking, please don't sue me, okay?…