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Sunday Music – Mr. Soul

Sun 04/13/2014

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Today’s music video is Mr. Soul, sung here in this clip by the American band Buffalo Springfield. The song in this clip is preceded by a shortened version of For What It’s Worth, and on most occasions where the songs were played for TV, both songs are played in this order as you hear it […]

Sunday Music – The Needle And The Damage Done

Sun 04/06/2014

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Today’s music video is The Needle And The Damage Done, sung here in this clip by Canadian singer/songwriter Neil Young. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by rick s This is where I came in with Neil Young, the album Harvest, released in early 1972. I didn’t get […]

Sunday Music – After The Gold Rush

Sun 03/30/2014

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Today’s music video is After The Gold Rush, sung here in this clip by Canadian singer/songwriter Neil Young. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by RockkkV2 Different fans will see odd quirky things about a singing artist or band that the singer themselves had not intentionally done, and […]

Sunday Music – Cinnamon Girl

Sun 03/23/2014

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Today’s music video is Cinnamon Girl, sung here in this clip by Canadian singer/songwriter Neil Young. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by thewhofan99 Sometimes a band or a solo artist has had a number of albums and songs released before they become what is sometimes referred to […]

Sunday Music – The Emperor Of Wyoming

Sun 03/16/2014

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Today’s music video is The Emperor Of Wyoming, sung here in this clip by Canadian singer/songwriter Neil Young. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by luigicrobo I have often mentioned that my favourite artist is Neil Young, and that stems from one song, Old Man, from his album […]

Sunday Music – This Old House

Sun 03/09/2014

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Today’s music video is This Old House, sung here in this clip by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by 10ttjjehh I have mentioned often that I have quite a large collection of Vinyl Long Play Records, mainly from the late 60′s and […]

Sunday Music – Dust On My Saddle

Sun 03/02/2014

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Today’s music video is Dust On My Saddle, sung here in this clip by the American soft rock duo Seals And Crofts. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by Indigoinsf3 I can probably say with some assurance that very few, if any, people have heard this song I […]

Sunday Music – Susie Darlin’

Sun 02/23/2014

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Today’s music video is Susie Darlin’, sung here in this clip by the Australian singer Barry Crocker. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by saw1110 Every now and then, a song takes you by surprise, and more often than not, it’s a case of hard rock bands releasing […]

Sunday Music – Sailing To Philadelphia

Sun 02/16/2014

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Today’s music video is Sailing To Philadelphia, sung here in this clip by the English guitarist and singer Mark Knopfler and American singer and songwriter James Taylor. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by TransatlanticMoments I have always liked the music that Mark Knopfler has produced over the […]

Sunday Music – You’re My World

Sun 02/09/2014

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Today’s music video is You’re My World, sung here in this clip by the English singer Cilla Black. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by Robert Harrison The music from the British Invasion in the 60′s was more pronounced here in Australia, only it wasn’t referred to by that […]

Sunday Music – When You Walk In The Room

Sun 02/02/2014

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Today’s music video is When You Walk In The Room, sung here in this clip by the English band The Searchers. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by rwells47 The music from the 60′s came out so fast, it was almost bewildering, nearly all of it so wonderful. […]

Australia Day – 2014

Sun 01/26/2014

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January the 26th is set aside every year here in Australia as the day we celebrate the founding of Australia. This was the day when Captain Arthur Phillip first claimed this vast Continent in the Southern Hemisphere as an English Colony on the 26th January 1788. Years earlier, Captain James Cook had discovered the Eastern […]

Useless New Solar Power Plant Planned For Kenya

Fri 01/24/2014

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By Anton Lang (TonyfromOz) ~ Just how useless can a Solar Power Plant be? Kenya will be getting a new Solar Power Plant, but will this be in Kenya’s best interests? Well, no, really. Just like other Countries around the World which are also moving to incorporate more Renewable Power Plants, even those in the […]

Sunday Music – Crimson And Clover

Sun 01/19/2014

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Today’s music video is Crimson And Clover, sung here in this clip by the American rock band Tommy James And The Shondells. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by rwells47 There was a certain joy about being in the Air Force in the late 60′s and early 70′s. […]

Sunday Music – Suspicion

Sun 01/12/2014

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Today’s music video is Suspicion, sung here in this clip by the American singer Terry Stafford. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by 45rpmSINGLES This song was a pretty big hit here in Australia in 1964. I was 13 years old, and was just beginning to appreciate music. […]

Sunday Music – Little Boy Lost

Sun 01/05/2014

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Today’s music video is Little Boy Lost, sung here in this clip by the Australian Country singer Johnny Ashcroft. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by janschro The Australian continent is a huge land mass, around the same size in fact as Continental United States. However, while the […]

Christmas Day Music – Aussie Jingle Bells

Wed 12/25/2013

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For this Christmas Day, I’ve chosen a music clip from Australia, From Colin Buchanan and Greg Champion, the song a variation of Jingle Bells, this one titled Aussie Jingle Bells. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by The Global Eagles I mentioned in the PA Pundits Christmas Wishes […]

Christmas Greetings From PA Pundits International – 2013

Wed 12/25/2013

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We regulars at PA Pundits International who contribute their own Posts, and also republish articles from other writers that don’t have log-in privileges,  would like to take this special time to wish you all a wonderful and a peaceful Christmas, and we hope that you can share that day with your family, because after all, […]

Sunday Music – Sunny Afternoon

Sun 12/22/2013

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Today’s music video is Sunny Afternoon, sung here in this clip by the English band The Kinks. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by Omegaman69 In the early 1960′s, I was in my last years of Primary School when all those English bands started making such wonderful music, […]

Sunday Music – It’ll Shine When It Shines

Sun 12/08/2013

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Today’s music video is It’ll Shine When It Shines, sung here in this clip by the American band The Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by Gustavo Orozco During the early and mid 70′s I was buying LP records quite regularly, and there was always […]

Sunday Music – Help Me Make It Through The Night

Sun 12/01/2013

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Today’s music video is Help Me Make It Through The Night, sung here in this clip by American Country singer Sammi Smith. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by Don Speice Today’s featured song was written by Kris Kristofferson, and was released on his 1970 album, Kristofferson. Kris […]

Midweek Music Extra – Chains

Tue 11/26/2013

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Today’s music video is Chains, sung here in this clip by Australian singer/songwriter, Tina Arena. Link to Video at You Tube This video was posted to You Tube by xxnognogxx My good lady wife and I don’t go in much for Lifestyle programs on TV, but there are a couple I like. One of them […]

Sunday Music – One Night (Of Sin)

Sun 11/17/2013

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Today’s music video is One Night (Of Sin), sung here in this clip by Elvis Presley. This version was recorded by Elvis in 1957, but because of the risque lyrics, it was not released at that time, and was only finally released in 1983. Because of those risque lyrics, then in 1957, if the song […]

Remembrance Day – Veterans Day – 2013

Mon 11/11/2013

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As the Great War (World War 1) was drawing to a close, on the 5th October 1918, the German High Command asked for an immediate Armistice and an end to all hostilities. Word of this had to be sent down to all the many areas where fighting was still taking place. The time settled upon […]

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