Finally catching up on recent searches. In descending order (I’m a database guy; I do things this way):
- “walking in memphis”—Ah, Marc Cohn‘s voice and piano . . .
- “what s it s like to be the bad one” and “to be the bad one”—Actually, it’s “No one knows what it’s like to be the bad man; to be the sad man behind blue eyes . . . ” Often touted as the best rock album of all time (it’s at least in the top 10) “Who’s Next” needs more time than I have at the moment. Half beautiful ballad, half angry snarling, “Behind Blue Eyes” is often overshadowed by its position on the album, which places it just before one of the all-time-great crankers, “Won’t Get Fooled Again.” We’ll come back to it; honest.
- “gypsy jazz”—Django, or Robin Nolan?
- “beethoven”—mentioned in Boating with a Finn and Renaissance Woman’s Journey Within
- “jude cole”—”A View from Third Street“
- “tank”—Jumping Japanese Jazz!
- “boyz 2 man”—nope
- “circle of two”—Though I’ve never heard Steve and Annie Chapman, you’ll find all you need to know at their website, including links to buy their music.