Monday, October 31, 2016

Guest I would like to see appear on The New Scooby-Doo Movies

As a kid back in '72 I enjoyed Saturday Morning Cartoons. There were
so many shows to watch and one of my favorites was Scooby-Doo.
During one season Scooby became so popular they came up w/ a special guest
in every episode. It could be Don Knotts, Batman & Robin, The Three Stooges (which were my
favorite guests), The Harlem Globetrotters. They even had musical guests like
Davey Jones of The Monkees, Sonny & Cher, Mama Cass Elliot, even country singer Jerry Reed.
Just earlier this year KISS did a special episode w/ Scooby-Doo.

So I came up w/ a few bands I like to see guest on Scooby-Doo. Some of
them are favorites of mine others I think they'll just be interesting 
guests to have on Scooby-Doo.

First image is from the original opening w/ guests Sonny & Cher in 1972

Others that follow are just from my made up mind. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 27, 2016

1991, M.E.A.T, Dangerous Toys, Bullet Boys

I picked 2 bands from 'Metal On The Rise' section
Dangerous Toys and Bullet Boys
more to appear at a later time.

Dangerous Toys
Pg 20

Bullet Boys
Pg 21

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

1991, Temple of The Dog self title, cassette

Cassette Tuesday we go w/ a few unknowns that if they
put this out about 2 years later it would of be titled a Super Group
known as Temple of The Dog self title, cassette.

Temple of The Dog is a combination of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam.
This recording is a tribute to Chris Cornell's roommate and front man 
Andrew Wood of the band Mother Love Bone. Andrew who succumbed to
drugs was a real flashy lead singer. Andrew had the attitude of
David Bowie, Freddy Mercury and Marc Bolan. Highly recommend
Mother Love Bone "Apple" release. The hit from Temple of The Dog is
"Hunger Strike" sung by Eddie Vedder. But the songs I really like and
remind me of Andrew are "Say Hello 2 Heaven", "Reach Down" w/
Chris Cornell's vocals that have so much feeling in it. Other tunes are just as good
are "Trouble Times", "Wooden Jesus", and "Pushin' Forward Back"
are also my favorites. This group put out an amazing release
and just recently they released a boxset of unreleased and demo tracks.
I heard some of the unreleased tracks and have to say there was a reason they 
didn't make it to the final cut. Some of the demos seemed ok but I'll just
stick w/ the original release. A fitting tribute to Andrew Wood.

1991, Temple of The Dog - "Temple of The Dog", cassette

Back and Front

Cover unfolded

Inside Cover unfolded

Side 1

Side 2

Temple of The Dog - "Say Hello 2 Heaven"

Sunday, October 23, 2016

1973, Hit Parader Song & Stories, Hollywood and Round The World, The Osmonds, Teens Now! AD

Hollywood and Round The World (news section)
(news on David Cassidy, Black Oak Arkansas,
Donny Osmond, The Raspberries, and more)

Pg 11, pg 14 - 15

(this was a used issue that's why page 14 is cut out.
It was a subscription to vinyls by mail)

The Osmonds
Pg 36 - 38

Teens Now! AD
Pg 7