Saturday Night Studio
A listing of every Saturday Night Studio to date, with the most recent at the top.
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Saturday Night Studio – Four Winds
Various interpretations (some rather unexpected) of Pharrell and Daft Punk
Saturday Night Studio – New Year’s Eve
Seeing out 2016!
Saturday Night Studio – Saturday Night Stolen
Musicians stealing from each other, with Michael McDonald and his clone at the center of it. Plus, Donald Fagen raps!
Rocktober Saturday Night Studio – DOLBY!
SCIENCE! The golden age of wireless and more with Thomas Dolby!
Rocktober Saturday Night Studio – 10th Floor Cibo Matto
There are still many! people who do not! know their chicken! Beat it up! with Cibo Matto!
Rocktober Saturday Night Studio – Liphlich Great Nonsense Skam
A request from Wdydfae brings us something that I have no idea what it is, but “Skam Life” is one of the greatest song titles I have ever heard
Rocktober Saturday Night Studio – Saturday Night Shirley
Shirley Manson and Garbage kick it, plus a full concert from 20 years ago when they were just starting out
Saturday Night Studio – 1 Year & Monkeeing Around
First anniversary of the Studio, and 50 years of the first band I ever liked, the Monkees
Saturday Night Studio – Getting Ahead With Lionel
A retrospective of Lionel Richie’s catchiest numbers and his growing success in the 80s for the sole purpose of posting the punchline video at the end
Saturday Night Stereolab – A Spectacle That Rhymes
An episode about a groop that plays space age bachelor pad music
Saturday Night Studio – Tik Spok
A funny take on Star Trek I threw together quick because real life was keeping me too busy to do a proper one. Also lots of Federation officers drinking heavily
Saturday Night Studio – Winter Sleighing
Saturday Night Studio – Out On The Streets
Musical stuff found on the teeming streets of YouTube, including Tanya & Dorise from New Orleans
Saturday Night Studio – Nicki Bluhm And The Gamblers (And The Van)
Nicki Bluhm rides around in a van and sings various songs while the band plays in the back. Really
Saturday Night Studio – Halloween
Blowing out Rocktober 2015 with a bang with an epic Night Sky Radio youtube playlist to frighten the trick-or-treaters with, with a trick or two in the mix
Saturday Night Studio – PostModern Jukebox
So where do you go to find pop hits from the last several decades covered in the style of swing and jazz standards from a bygone era? Plus the only good Nickelback cover ever
Double Bonus Sakamoto Night Studio – Akiko Yano
J-Pop night’s unexpected (even by me) surprise encore does science! and research in the third Studio of the night.
Wdydfae of What Do You Do For An Encore provides some research, and we learn how Thomas Dolby figures into all this
Studio Bonus – Saturday Night Shodan
Following the Vanilla Mood Studio with a Bonus Studio on what seems to be turning into J-Pop night. Sort of.
Answering the eternal question of what a Japanese Steely Dan tribute band would sound like, with keytar and an epic version of “Green Earrings.” Plus Donald Fagen’s reaction.
Saturday Night Studio – Vanilla Mood
A female band from Japan that does fun cover songs and also some catchy originals
Saturday Night Studio – Battle Of The Happy Cheery Theme Songs
I asked my wife for an idea for a Studio, and she replied “How about some relentlessly cheerful anime openings?” Why not?
Saturday Night Studio – Xylophoning It In
….because when one thinks of rock music, one immediately thinks of \m/ xylophone \m/ ! Some appreciation for the most underrated instrument in rock
Saturday Night Studio – While My [Insert Instrument Here] Gently Weeps
Does the famous Beatles song really have to be about a guitar?
Saturday Night Studio – Walk On By
Arguably one of the most covered songs in history
Saturday Night Studio – Peter Gunns
Henry Mancini and the Peter Gunn theme. A few other groups took a shot at it, with varying degrees of success
Saturday Night Studio – Saint Etienne
The song features one singer but the video shows another. Why? And how does one turn a mellow Neil Young song into house music?
Saturday Night Studio – Delavega
The first Studio ever, with a band you probably never heard on the radio
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