Hebrew School


Jew-tube roundup, Summer ’08

Hitler plans burning man.

Kim Gordon of Ciccone Youth performs Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love” at a Macy’s video booth.

Seu Jorge, “Rebel Rebel”

Amanda Lear, “These Boots Are Made for Walking”

A Bollywood version of “Hava Nagila.”

The Raymond Scott Fascination Machine, soothing sounds for baby.

Bisc1 performs “Yours or Mine” at Southpaw.

Michel Polnareff, “La poupée qui fait non.” Apparently, Jimmy Page is playing guitar on this 1966 recording. (Also see his 40th anniversary version— the man had a vision, a white-goggled one, but my introduction to this song was actually elsewhere, in English by a band called the Birds.)

KETC segment on Janis Ian.

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She was 14 when she recorded, “yesterday’s Preacher; today’s bikini-beacher”???!!!!

Comment by Taylor

She was! And just thirteen when she wrote:
My mama picked me out the cutest boy /
My little, leather-jacketed toy.

Comment by David




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