February 7th, 2009
Do you recall the yacht rock episode “rosanna” where a horny member of Toto attempts to convince Michael McDonald to help make a song so that he would attain root chakra(sp?) allignment? (To refresh your memory watch this)
If so, my posting of the video below will make some sense. Either way, enjoy it while it is still up.
May 16th, 2008
A playlist to smooth you through your day…
- The Sanford Townsend Band- Smoke From A Distant Fire
- Christopher Cross- Never Be The Same
- Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina- Nobody But You
- Toto- Rosanna
- Michael McDonald- Sweet Freedom
- Steely Dan- Old School
- Rupert Holmes- Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
- America- Magic
- Christopher Cross- Ride Like The Wind
- Glenn Fry- Smugglers Blues
- Hall & Oates- I Can’t Go For That (Live)
- Orleans- Reach
- Mike Post Featuring Larry Carlton- Theme From Hill Street Blues
- Jan Hammer- Theme from Miami Vice
- Vangelis- Chariots of Fire Titles
February 13th, 2008
Holy Shit an 11th Episode!! Jimmy Buffett kidnaps and tricks Kenny Loggins into writing a hit single for the movie Footloose, while Michael McDonald and James Ingram help cut him loose with a bunch of machetes. “It’s mellow, not smooth… kinda shitty.”
Yah Mo B There.
December 15th, 2007
Hall and Oates’ Manager, Gino, tries to convince Kenny Loggins to ditch Messina and go solo.
“Go to the Doobies Mike. Squadle diddle dee!!” – Steely Dan
“Gino gets you everything you need! Fame, Fortune, Fagina!” – John Oates
November 24th, 2007
Warren G kidnaps and samples Micheal MacDonald in the nineties and brings back smooth. Where’s your comeback Loggins??
January 29th, 2007
Michael McDonald’s beard has GOT TO BE bulletproof.
July 31st, 2006
Michael is so beautiful. Smooth and glossy. I love this man!
July 21st, 2006
Can’t pump out smooth music without paying homage to Yacht Rock– “Hall and Oates go toe to toe with McDonald and Loggins in a back alley contest, with tragic results.”
July 21st, 2006
Michael McDonald’s husky, smooth-ful baritone appeared on damn-near EVERY smooth album of the late 70s, early 80s. He was so ubiquitous that Saturday Night Live made a skit of him rushing panic-madly from one high-profile recording session to the next.
The epitome of smooth was reached when Michael fronted the Doobies. I love this song so much, I squeal with delight every time it plays: