Rock n’ Roll Tuesday: Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)

My playlist changes every day (or every week, I guess). I’m an oldie when it comes to music, but I also like modern ones as long as they’re catchy (yes, even Bang Bang and Dark Horse). One day I’m listening to The Carpenters and Bee Gees, then the next day I’m playing Mr. Sandman by The Chordettes. It really depends on my mood. Haha.

Which brings us to today’s choice of music: rock n’ roll. I don’t know why my soul has chosen Tuesday, of all days, to listen to rock n’ roll songs on Youtube. Haha. I don’t even know how I got here! All I remember from this morning was searching Mr. Sandman on Youtube, then Earth Angel by Marvin Berry and the Starlighters, then Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis— which is still playing until now.

(My super favorite video)

I guess I just missed the old days, when I got introduced to Lewis’ music. I don’t exactly remember how I discovered his music (I don’t even remember who told me or when… but I guess it’s my dad lol), but I’ve been amazed by his talent ever since. I mean, can you believe this guy’s hands? Have you seen him perform with such passion and strength? If not, look at this video:

(During his heyday in 1958)

I love Elvis Presley too, but this man deserves all the recognition he could get. I know he was already smothered with so much love in his time, but he’s still alive and kickin’ (in fact, he has a new album) at 79 years old. Life isn’t over for him yet, so I believe the modern generation should take some time to listen to his superb piano-playing skills and appreciate the man not for his personal and tumultuous life, but for his incredible talent. While everyone were using guitars to bring rock n’ roll to life, Lewis was nailing it with a piano. How cool is that?

(Still making magic with every piano piece as of July 2014!)

That’s all. I just want to share my current LSS… and my undying admiration for The Killer. 🙂 Long live the King of Piano Rock n’ Roll!

Happy blogging (and rock n’ rolling lol)!

P is for Postmodern Jukebox


Remember my A-Z Blogging Challenge post about the 1940s version of Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance?” Well here’s the group that’s responsible for that sweet, sweet rendition: Postmodern Jukebox.



Postmodern Jukebox is known for their vintage renditions of famous pop songs. They can turn any modern song into a legit, classic oldie-but-goodie. These are my favorites:

(We Can’t Stop – Miley Cyrus)

(Careless Whisper – Wham!)

(Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke)

(Gentleman – Psy)

(Sk8r Boi – Avril Lavigne)

Well, not all versions are vintage. There’s Avicii’s “Wake Me Up,” Mariachi style, Lorde’s “Royals,” mellow style, and many more. Do visit their website for more information. I’m tellin’ you, they’re great!



Happy blogging (and listening)!