Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Men cause menopause, women go to war

Lego Faces Are Getting Angrier

Surprising Trove of Gas Seeps Found Off East Coast

How Obamacare shortchanges low-wage workers

SNAP out of it, conservatives!

War against Issa heats up, as Cummings releases IRS transcript

How Men's Choice Of Mates May Have Led To Menopause
N Korea condemns Hitler report

Marco Rubio’s awful day 

Animal CSI: Inside The Smithsonian's Feather Forensics Lab

Pentagon Details Women's Move To Combat

Today’s Videos:

The Ks –Usery of The Heart

Bee Gees - Spicks and Specks

Like several other pop titles, such as "Streets of London"(1969) by Ralph Mc Tell, "Rain and Tears"(1968) by Aphrodite's Child, and several French songs of that period, the harmony of this song is directly taken from the famous Pachelbel's Canon, and the fascination this harmony generally captures always helped songs to become big hits. By the way, "Spicks and Specks" was historically the first hit to re-use Pachelbel's harmony.


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