Summer cover songs – Kendra Morris does Radiohead & The Rolling Stones

Summer cover songs – Kendra Morris does Radiohead & The Rolling Stones

Kendra Morris covers Radiohead and The Rolling Stones
Because we’re equal parts exploiters (not just punks with decent haircuts) and mostly men over here at the mighty Review Stalker Music Blog. We like decent looking women who can sing and do pretty chill alternative covers every once in awhile. Here’s two summer jams by Kendra Morris doing “Miss You” by The Rolling Stones and “Karma Police”. We knew it would come to this one day. Nobody can write a good song so they they wrap themselves on a lesser known artist’s “hit” songs. Granted if we saw her singing at an outdoor bar in the Hamptons or for a wedding band we would be pretty impressed. Don’t get me wrong she does a real good job on both. Good instrumentation. These kind of tracks are good in particular when you are stuck at block party and everybody hates your music anyway. This here is white lady blues I tell them. It’s all good. My damn neighbors only know one song by Thom Yorke anyway… Enjoy.

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Radiohead Lotus Flower Single Review

Radiohead Lotus Flower Single Review

Radiohead The King of Limbs


SINGLE REVIEW: I’m Not surprised this video is weird Radiohead style. Parts Clockwork orange with the bolo hat on Thom Yorke – part strung out hippie. Weird handclaps with seemingly no effects on them on the song. This is raw and showcased in black and white. Makes you focus on the drone music really. It’s got all the new keyboard sound we like from Amesiac and hail to the thief loaded up in it. Is this how they see their fans though? Dancing on drugs or something? I mean this is what i do in the privacy of my kitchen sometimes. When nobody is looking. Or is he really pretending to be a flower child? I’m still chewing on the lotus flower metaphors but in all a very solid tune “do what you want”. Part of the lotus chanting is repeating things over and over so this song makes sense if you are going to pray to a flower. a form of dance medication. Think of it that way and you will see the light. You will see the light and colors in thevideo. You will become the light and the colors. You will see. See. See. See it.

You can buy The King of Limbs here.

Check it out in the headphone in the gym:
Radiohead – Lotus Flower MP3 They are selling you Wave files today

Some of the lyrics translated from Sanskrit. :-)

I will sneak myself into your pocket
Invisible, do what you want, do what you want
I will sink and I will disappear
I will slip into the groove and cut me up and cut me up

There’s an empty space inside my heart
Where the wings take root
So now I’ll set you free
I’ll set you free
There’s an empty space inside my heart
And it won’t take root
Tonight I’ll set you free
I’ll set you free

See this video by performance artist Suran Song she talks all about effects of space and drawing flowers and their space.

Radiohead All points West to the end of the line

Radiohead All points West to the end of the line


Man Radiohead managed to redeem the line to get into the line to get into the line at All Points West. They put on an intense performance and sounded amazing. Thank g*d for the close up monitors. They were the only band besides the wall of sound by the astonishing the Black Angels we were able to enjoy. We skipped the Roots to get something to eat, piss and drink. If they had a justifiable mix it would have been really awesome.

Firstly, there was a 5 beer limit per visitor and I am not sure how I humanly could have drank more when you considered the time needed to stand in line. The show was attended by 70,000+ music fans who apparently are all eco-friendly (see dumpter plastic pic below) and love cramming in public transit together, love to stand in lines to take a pee and miss half of the music. Sure us late to get going should have gotten there 3 hours earlier but why or how would we know that we would spend half the day waiting in line from 4pm on? Seriously by the end of the radiohead show i thought my bladder was going to explode and was thankful for having figured out where the shortest lines were. Sort of an expert strategist when given a proper map. Starting to see a trend here.? I hope next year they make some improvements with the ticket line to get in and give the damn beer garden drinkers a monitor to enjoy the rock music.


Radiohead – All Points West Tix on Sale for this summer

Radiohead – All Points West Tix on Sale for this summer


To keep up with the youngin’s i am now the proud owner of two tickets to the All Point West show with Radiohead headlining at Liberty State Park, NJ Sat Aug 10. The rules say Ages 2 & Under Free. Tickets went on sale today for general admission at 89 bucks plus the service charge. Jack Johnson is headlining the third night.

The bestof the mp3 blogger world lives – rbally

The bestof the mp3 blogger world lives – rbally


Yes, minor excitment for us laxy mp3 bloggers. rbally has resurfaced this winter with some awesome bootleg posts from Ryan Adams (which is as abundant as air but whatever), The Replacements at CBGB’s from October 12, 1984; Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks at Crystal Ballroom, June 17, 2005; Radiohead – In Berlin from 2000, Sonic Youth – Teatro Tenda Strisce, Roma, Italia,and Wilco at Troutdale, Oregon, in the USA (August 22, 2007). Lets see if Matador leaves him alone. Start your mp3 downloading as rbally has enabled us once again.