Posts Tagged ‘cars’

Low Rider

January 5, 2020

“Low Rider,” recorded by War, 1975.

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Heavy Chevy

January 5, 2020

“Heavy Chevy,” written by Alabama Shakes, and performed by them at SiriusXM, 2012.

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Roadrunner

January 5, 2020

“Roadrunner,” written and recorded by Jonathan Richman, backed by the Greg Kihn Band, in 1974, re-released in 1977. Apparently Mr. Richman’s dad owned a Plymouth Roadrunner.

More:

“The car, the radio, the night – and rock’s most thrilling song,” Laura Barton, The Guardian

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Lord, Mr. Ford

January 5, 2020

“‘Lord, Mr. Ford,” written by Dick Feller ( Deena Kaye Rose) and recorded by Jerry Reed, 1973.

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Christian’s Automobile

January 5, 2020

“Christian’s Automobile,” written by Ira Tucker, and performed by him with his quartet, the Dixie Hummingbirds, 1957.

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Bust Your Windows (Out Your Car)

January 4, 2020

“Bust Your Windows (Out Your Car),” written by Deandre Way, Salaam Remi Gibbs, and Jazmine Sullivan, recorded by Amber Riley for the TV show Glee, 2009.

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Cars

January 4, 2020

“Cars,” written and recorded by Gary Numan, 1979. Gary Numan (vocals, Minimoog, Polymoog, synthetic percussion), Paul Gardiner (bass guitar), Chris Payne (Minimoog, Polymoog), Cedric Sharpley (drums, tambourine).

Gary Numan website

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Hot Rod Mama

January 4, 2020

“Hot Rod Mama,” written by Alberta McEnery, recorded by Ramblin’ Jimmie Dolan, 1952.

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Get Your Daddy’s Car Tonight

January 4, 2020

“Get Your Daddy’s Car Tonight,” written by Richard Adler and Robert Allen, recorded by The Petites, with the Frank De Vol Orchestra, 1960.

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Motor Mania

January 4, 2020

“Motor Mania,” a 1950 Disney Studios theatrical cartoon, directed by Jack Kinney. featuring Goofy as an everyman character. There’s a Jekyll/ Hyde theme as pedestrian Mr. Walker becomes driver Mr. Wheeler and succombs to road rage. The car is based on a pre-War Lincoln-Zephyr V-12 convertible coupe.

Written by Dick Kinney and Milt Schaffer. Principal animation by John Sibley, Charles Nichols, Ed Aardal, and Jack Boyd. Music by Paul J. Smith. Goofy: Pinto Colvig. Narrator: John McLeish.

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