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eezycloud Song of the Day

Saturday Night

Bay City Roller

Swifties exist because their mothers liked these guys.

The Tide is High

The Paragons

As copied by Blondie. Who paid royalties. They love her.

Live at The Rainbow 1977

The Ramones

If Ramones songs are measured in dog years, this 26 minute reel is as much music as 3 days at Woodstock.

We're Not Gonna Take It

Twisted Sister

What do you want to do with your life?

Many Rivers To Cross

Jimmy Cliff

The inimical Jimmy Cliff with a great song for a Monday.

Come And Get Your Love


Native American Heritage Month and a funky jam- sing along and dance your -a** off --we wont tell!

Black Woman

Judy Mowatt

The I-Three's were all successful independently of Bob Marley. Judy's solo work is my favorite.

Interstate Love Song

Stone Temple Pilots

Scott Weiland was one of the great rock frontmen.

Be My Echo

Grover & Madeline Kahn

Pick-a-peck-of peppers Fiddle-diddle-deeeeeee!

Time Warp

from The Rocky Horror Picture Show

I like it better than The Great Pumpkin theme.

Smells Like Teen Spirit


Overbored & self-assured: their first TV appearance.

Redemption Song

Bob Marley

The one, the only. No on e can take the place of Bob.
What would he say to us were he alive today?

Weapon of Choice

Fatboy Slim w Bootsy

Wouldnt it have been cool if Bootsy had been in King of New York?

Over The Hills and Far Away

Led Zeppelin

  1. The height of their power. Page is unreal.


The Clash

Mikey Dread produced Sandinista!, and he shines through on this one.


The Modern Lovers

What's better than driving with the radio on?

Zoo Station (Live at The Sphere, LV)


I've seen over 2000 concerts. U2's were a few of them.

THe Harder They Come

Jimmy Cliff

As sure as the sun will shine, I'm gonna get my share of what's mine

Waiting on A Friend

The Rolling Stones

At the very beginning of the video Keith walks by an old man in a door way next to The International Bar. That was my apartment building for a time.


Sonic Youth.


This Must Be The Place

Talking Heads

Did we do this one already? Ease into the weekend.

Common People

William Shatner

Live long and prosper, James Tiberius Cool. Now, again, in Esperanto this time, please



Sing along (you know the words).

It's All Going to Pot

Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard

Best I can tell the world's gone to hell and we're all gonna miss it a lot.

Kiss and Say Goodbye

The Manhattans

Slow groove into the work week.

The Gambler

Kenny Rogers

If you're gonna play the game, boy, you gotta learn to play it right.

The Boy

Shannon & The Clams

What do you do when there's nothing inside?

Use Me

Bill Withers

Use me up.

Love My Way

The Psychedelic Furs

You don't win or lose if you don't run the race.

Equal Rights/Downpressor Man

Peter Tosh


America The Beautiful

Ray Charles

Take a minute.

Sweet Jane

Lou Reed

A little classical music there, kids.

Stay With Me

The Faces

The Faces are so underrated.

Far Away Eyes

The Rolling Stones

My friend Earl Chin was with the boys and Peter Tosh
when they recorded this southern fried ditty.

Blue Bayou

Linda Ronstadt

If you haven't watched the Linda Ronstadt Documentary, check it out here

Electric Avnue

Eddy Grant

We gonna rock down to eezycloud avenue. Then we'll take it higher.

Another Girl, Another Planet

The Only Ones

Echoes across the eezyverse. Enjoy the ride.

A New England

Billy Bragg

This song hit right in High School. 

I Write The Songs

Barry Manilow

Barry-arry Mani-anilow. An earworm that lays eggs and eats your brain.

Space Age Love Song

A Flock of Seagulls

First song of September. Yep. September.

Coming In From The Cold

Bob Marley & The Wailers

Bob called out to me. I have a deep love and long history with reggae--ask me sometime, and I'll bore you with it.


Big Star

This song is written by Alex Chilton, who's career spanned from his first hit with the Box Tops "The Letter", which went to number 1; to Big Star, whose #1 Record is arguably one of the best albums of the 70's; to his work in Punk as a producer for The Cramps.

New York State of Mind

Billy Joel

Another love letter to my hometown, from this kid from out on the Island. I think he might make it big.

An Open Letter To NYC

Beastie Boys

A post 9/11 love letter to the city so nice we named it twice! 

God Only Knows

The Beach Boys

Brian Wilson. Man o man!

Waiting Room


The Eezycloud HC matinee. Get in there and cross that floor!


Iggy Pop w Kate Pierson

After Cindy Wilson yesterday, I felt Kate Pierson deserved some air time, so I picked this great early 90's duet with the inimical Iggy Pop. I've caught him stage diving three times, and pulled him to the balcony of Irving Plaza twice.

Give Me Back My Man

The B52's

Cindy Wilson steps to the mic in NJ's Capitol Theater, and proceeds to bring the house down. This song is energy. Rock out, eezyclouders.

Rich Men North Of Richmond

Oliver Anthony

While the fat shaming is somewhat out of left field, Oliver Anthony is a Punk Rock Warlord of the Woody Guthrie school. He's singing to the heart of the matter, and appealing to people across America's patchwork quilt as fast as bad internet will carry his tune to their ears; I hope it's not just some BS Hillbilly Elegy, and I wonder who'll be brazen enough to try and make it a campaign song.

La Pava Congona

Andres Landero

Eezycloud rocks the cislunar internet, serving clients all over the world.
Shout out to  eezyclouders in Columbia--hope you love this classic.

Chan Chan

Buena Vista Social Club

Eezycloud rocks the cislunar internet, serving clients all over the world.
Shout out to  eezyclouders in Miami, many of whom hail from Cuba.

Redemption Song

Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros

Joe Strummer was the political soul of Punk. The public school educated son of a diplomat, he infused the hard driving  sound of The Clash  with an ethos that spoke to the political division of late 70's Britain and against a fascist resurgence, which resounds today.
Here, he covers Bob Marley's Redemption Song, an anthem to peace.
Joe would have been 71 today. Rest In Peace, Joe.
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