We’ve looked at the Theremin here before and it is a great part of some great songs, particularly in its key role on “Good Vibrations.” We may have discovered another Theremin moment of beauty on a tune by The Milk & Honey Band, 2009’s “Cut the Line” from Dog Eared Moonlight. The Theremin comes in around the five minute mark and closes out the song beautifully.
Let us know about other Theremin moments.
So if you were a fan of Harry Potter or more precisely the films, you know Irish actor Richard Harris portrayed Professor Dumbledore in the first two films Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. But Harris died in 2002 and was replaced by another Irish actor Michael Gambon.
I don’t follow reality TV, but apparently Mark Bradac is now known as one of the stars of Pawnathon Canada. However, fans of good seventies rock-and-roll will likely remember him better as one of the guitarists from Windsor, Ontario’s Teaze.
I take it that it’s no longer even a matter for debate: Ronnie James Dio was the greatest heavy-rock singer we’ve ever had, period. And those of us who still miss him daily want to hear everything he ever sang (including those priceless “Ronnie and the Red Caps” doo-wop songs – you can find them on You Tube).