September 2012

Andy Williams’ Finest Moment — One Humble Opinion

by M.C. Antil on September 28, 2012

To most, Andy Williams will always be the guy who somehow managed to pilfer Moon River right out from under the noses of Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer and Audrey Hepburn and make it his own. To others, he will be the voice behind the Andy Williams Christmas Album, one of the iconic slices of Sixties […]

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The 21 Best TV Theme Songs of All Time

by M.C. Antil on September 20, 2012

Just kidding, of course.  These are by no means the greatest 21 TV theme songs in history.  But they are, without question and in no particular order, my 21 favorites of all time — not to mention 21 songs that stand alone as terrific pieces of music, regardless of how brief they may be. What’s more, they are […]

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Joe South Goes Home

by M.C. Antil on September 13, 2012

Of all the romanticized icons of 20th Century Americana, few offered such a rare blend of allure and intrigue as the young man with a guitar. And for anyone during the early to mid-1950’s who saw a handsome kid named Joe South walking the streets of Atlanta alone, guitar in hand, what they saw was the very embodiment of […]

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