It amuses me that a new ad from Walmart, which “does not carry music that has the ‘parental advisory’ label which warns parents about explicit lyrics,” . . .
. . . features Anita Ward’s “Ring My Bell”:
The song may not contain any “dirty words,” therefore avoiding an advisory label, but this ode to the female orgasm sure is explicit.
That’s him, behind the drums.
I’m usually not much of a fan of Led Zeppelin, but this made me smile:
I’m giving a talk today called “Surf’s Up! The Beach Boys and Southern California Culture.” Here’s the associated playlist for anyone who is interested:
At first I thought Acura couldn’t afford the Stones’ version of “Sympathy for the Devil,” . . .
. . . but they bought the Stones’ own “She’s a Rainbow” for another ad in the same campaign:
I guess they agree with Motorhead‘s Lemmy, who said, “I thought we beat them. I thought we beat it to death. I mean, I like the Stones’ version, but I like ours better.”