Archive for the 'The Music' Category


Rhinofy-Sixties Instrumentals Primer

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY This was a number two hit for Hugo Montenegro back in 1968, it was a cover of the original theme from the flick done by Ennio Morricone. Yes, it’s strange, but the sixties were full of instrumental hits, and when this broke most people had no idea who […]

Midnight Rider

In 1973, the Allman Brothers were the biggest band in the land. Sure, Duane had died two years before, not long after the commercial and artistic breakthrough known as “Fillmore East,” but the band carried on, ate a peach, lost Berry and emerged with an album so ubiquitous, we were all ramblin’ men and women. […]

Shake It Off

Taylor Swift – Shake It Off Is this progress? Once upon a time Taylor Swift became the biggest star in the world by testifying from the depths of her soul. And now she’s soulless. Shake it off? Isn’t this one step away from the rappers boasting how much better they are than us? I’d say […]

Rhinofy-Bubblegum Primer

“Simon Says” 1910 Fruitgum Company The first bubblegum hit and I absolutely HATED IT! This was ’68, “Disraeli Gears” was making an impact, as was underground FM radio, and we were subjected to this drivel on AM radio? We were going BACKWARDS! Come on, Simon Says was made for first graders, everybody soon outgrew it, […]