June 17, 2007
On June 13th, Sir Paul McCartney played at Chelsea’s new Highline Ballroom to a cozy crowd of only 700. This semi-secret Manhattan club show was to introduce his new album called, “Memory Almost Full”. Read what Rolling Stone Mag had to say about this night here.
Our famous DJ cousin, Helen Leight, out of Philly (WXPN) has been a Beatles lover since the beginning. And of course she was one of the chosen few invited to this New York show. Said the show was amazing and that she cried. I probably would have too.
“Drive My Car”
“Only Mama Knows”
“The Long and Winding Road”
“I’ll Follow the Sun”
“That Was Me”
“Back in the U.S.S.R.”
“Nod Your Head”
“House of Wax”
“I’ve Got a Feeling”
“Baby Face” (snippet)
“Let It Be”
“I Saw Her Standing There”
Helen celebrated the anniversary of Sgt. Peppers at xpn with a special Philly concert.
I guess as long as we live, Bealtles lovers will always know the impact this music has had on a generation of young people. Now as we age, we know the value of the work is that it is timeless and classic and that we will carry it with us in our hearts forever. In fact, it has helped shape us into who we are now… mature Beatle lovers!
May 9, 2007
Know anyone that still uses one of these?
My Liza came home with this shot in her camera and we both giggled at this old technology. What did we ever do before cell phones, ipods, computers, video games, and the like? Here is a list of 10 things we could still do without any of our modern technological advances:
1. Visit a library for the aroma of knowledge and read a book.
2. Stroll through a park or garden. Or plant your own garden.
3. Take a bubble bath, complete with candles and music. (Transitor radio)
4. Visit that friend you know needs you. Just listen.
5. Study the stars on a cloudless night.
6. Kiss someone. Pass out hugs.
7. Play with your pet. Or your guitar. OK just sing!
8. Be still. Meditate. Nap.
9. Write a letter. (Remember, with pen and paper?)
10. Count your blessings.
Just a little reminder of simpler times. What else would you add to my list of technology exempt activities?
Warm wishes. anitamorrell.wordpress.com
May 5, 2007
This is Helen, my Liza’s famous DJ cousin from Philadelphia. Check her out at xpn.org
Each weekday at 1pm, mid-day host Helen Leicht puts the spotlight on one song from an up and coming local artist. Philly Local picks have included Amos Lee, Mutlu, Melody Gardot, Jim Boggia, Hoots & Hellmouth, Phil Roy, Sharon Little, Scot Sax, The Swimmers, John Flynn, the A Sides, Hail Social, Dan May, The Brakes, and many more!
Tune in to Philly Local every Tuesday Night at 9pm when Helen presents a full hour of Philly Local music. Tune in to hear a variety of of important music from the Philadelphia area.
Having been in the biz for nearly 30 years, Helen knows EVERYTHING about the Beatles and rock music. We love you Helen. Adding you permanently to our blogroll! Check her out Monday thru Friday 10am to 2pm and Tuesday evenings from 9-10pm.