Here's an inspired performance of "Fever" (and an excerpt of "Don't Stop Believin'"), filmed by Torsten at Rubulad, back in December. Apologies to anyone who showed up at Rubulad this past Saturday, when the cops shut us down just as I was getting started.
Well, you'll just have to come down and find out, won't you... There's a whole new book with over 200 songs, from the 50s to the 90s from classic rock faves to showtunes, from the sublime to the ridiculous. It's mostly your requests. Here's a few hints:
2 songs have "Midnight" in the title 2 songs have "Hello" in the title (and a third starts with the lyric "Hello") 2 songs start with the number "9" Bette Davis is mentioned in 2 of the songs. There's a song about Brooklyn, and a song about California.
Here's a short piece from BCAT about Keyboard Karaoke at the Lucky Cat:
This is the first band I ever played in, circa sophomore year in High School. We were in my friend Rich Kurtz's basement (he's playing bass). Tiger, the poodle, makes a cameo. The clip has no sound--Rich's dad filmed it on his 8mm camera. We played our first and only gig at the Northfield Rec Lodge. Our set probably included "I Shot The Sherrif", "Smoke On The Water", "Paranoid", and "Can't Get Enough Of Your Love". Note the pre-grunge era flannel shirts. The line-up features Yours Truly on Wurlitzer, Rich Kurtz on bass, Richard Rockelman on guitar, and Harold DeLozier on drums. The dude sitting next to the drums and randomly hitting the cymbals was Greg Haines, who ended up being the singer, though I think he really wanted to play drums. A highlight of the rehearsals was the extended version of Deep Purple's "Space Trucking" where we would turn off all of the lights in the basement, turn on the strobe light from Spencer Gifts and have a massive psychedelic "freak-out", without the aid of chemicals (we were pretty nerdy).