Herbie Hancock explains how he composed Watermelon Man and how Mongo Santamaria influenced it. He then performs both the original 1962 and the 1973 Headhunters versions.
Cover version done in the manner of The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
1. You Got It – Bonnie Raitt
2. I Take You With Me – Melissa Etheridge
3. Keep On Growing – Sheryl Crow
4. Power Of Two – Indigo Girls
5. Somebody Stand By Me – Stevie Nicks
6. Everyday Is Like Sunday – The Pretenders
7. Dreams – The Cranberries
8. Why – Annie Lennox
9. Ol’55 – Sarah McLachlan
10. Willow – Joan Armatrading
11. Crossroads – Jonell Mosser
12. You Got It – Whoopi Goldberg
13. You Got It – Bonnie Raitt
Check out their picks:
Dicks – These People (LP)
The Spits – Kill the Kool (CD) http://bit.ly/39KVn5Z
The Love Band – The Oneness Space (LP) http://bit.ly/2Fsswp4
Sepultura – Arise [Expanded Edition] (LP) http://bit.ly/37GwgPR
The Toy Dolls – Episode XIII (CD)
Zeke – Dirty Sanchez [Orange Vinyl] (LP) http://bit.ly/2twyOl4
Zeke – Kicked In The Teeth (LP)
Neil Marshall – Hellboy (BLU-RAY) http://bit.ly/39JmFd1
Jim Jarmusch – The Dead Don’t Die (DVD) http://bit.ly/2QTK6Yq
Ghoul – Hang Ten [Red With Splatter Vinyl] (10″) http://bit.ly/2twzmr8
Motörhead – What’s Wordsworth? – Recorded Live 1978 (LP)
Various Artists – Chilling, Thrilling Sounds Of The Haunted House (LP) http://bit.ly/37IdLe4
The Mentors – Kings Of Sleaze Rockumentary (DVD) http://bit.ly/2T9tQ8H
The Cure – 40 Live Curaetion 25 + Anniversary (BLU-RAY) http://bit.ly/39NItUL
Killing Joke – Malicious Damage: Live At The Astoria 12.10.03 (DVD)
Obituary – Ten Thousand Ways To Die (LP) http://bit.ly/2ZTl0gy
Amon Amarth – Berserker (LP) http://bit.ly/2Fqv3Af
Huey Lewis goes shopping at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. Huey Lewis & the News are releasing ‘Weather,’ their first new album since 2001, on February 14, 2020 via BMG.
Check out his picks:
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars – Satch Plays Fats: A Tribute To The Immortal Fats Waller By Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars (CD) http://bit.ly/36Bq2Qz
Humphrey’s McGee – Anchor Drops Redux (CD) http://bit.ly/38Kffoz
Tower of Power – Back To Oakland (CD) http://bit.ly/2RxGYmG
Frank Sinatra – Sinatra At The Sands (CD) http://bit.ly/2RDtLc9
Johnnie Taylor – The Very Best Of Johnnie Taylor (CD) http://bit.ly/2S1MlcG
The Mike Duke Project – …Took A While (CD)
Ray Charles – Ray Charles: The Ultimate Collection (LP) http://bit.ly/2GsBzqK
Get Huey Lewis’ music: http://bit.ly/38KoXHw
First tip I’m going to give to you is to tell you now what not to do. Right, don’t fight against them don’t try to push them away don’t argue with them because if you do so you’re just gonna make them stronger. It’s like if I told you don’t think of pink elephants what’s the first thing you think of? Pink elephants. Instead it’s better to practice non-resistance like they do in the martial arts and just observe your thoughts without trying to grab on to them or push them away. You can see them as leaves floating down a river or clouds passing overhead…
You’re walking through a park when out of nowhere, the man in front of you gets smacked by an errant Frisbee. Automatically, you recoil in sympathy. Or you’re watching a race, and you feel your own heart racing with excitement as the runners vie to cross the finish line first. Or you see a woman sniff some unfamiliar food and wrinkle her nose in disgust. Suddenly, your own stomach turns at the thought of the meal.
For years, such experiences have puzzled psychologists, neuroscientists and philosophers, who’ve wondered why we react at such a gut level to other people’s actions. How do we understand, so immediately and instinctively, their thoughts, feelings and intentions?
Now, some researchers believe that a recent discovery called mirror neurons might provide a neuroscience-based answer to those questions. Mirror neurons are a type of brain cell that respond equally when we perform an action and when we witness someone else perform the same action.
Lea Winerman, The Mind’s Mirror, apa.org