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Full disclosure: Neither butter nor its evil counterpart, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!, have really anything to do with the rest of this card at all. But the name is just so damn catchy and malleable, so, forgive me. Moving on, I'm here to give some love to the original composers and performers of songs that you may not know deserve credit. Sometimes, a song gets buried for years, only to be picked up by a totally different artist (often in a different genre and style), and it's the second version that blows up. In lots of these cases, there is little mention of the original. Let's change that. I Can't Believe It's Not LED ZEPPELIN! Song: "Dazed and Confused" (1969) Original: Jake Holmes (1967) Eerily enough, Jake Holmes actually has some real Robert Plant qualities to his voice. Or maybe Plant ripped his vocal style off of Holmes just like he did one of his best songs. I don't know. Is nothing sacred? I Can't Believe It's Not AMY WINEHOUSE! Song: "Valerie" (2007) Original: The Zutons (2006) The Zutons are kind of a guilty pleasure of mine. They're a not-very-good mid-2000s Brit rock group, but something about the lead singer's voice is really appealing to me. Amy's version is damn-near perfect and is the basis of every A Capella group's top hit, but it wouldn't have been possible without The Zutons. Which is not something that you can say for many things in this world. I Can't Believe It's Not ARETHA FRANKLIN! Song: "Respect" (1967) Original: Otis Redding (1965) Ok, this one is legitimately surprising. I've heard the Otis version a million times and I didn't know that it was his song until recently. The two versions are really, really different, and each is awesome in its own right. It's hard to go wrong with Otis or Aretha. Everyone wins. I Can't Believe It's Not THE BEATLES! Song: "Twist and Shout" (1963) Original: The Isley Brothers (1962) The Isley Brothers didn't actually write this song - Phil Medley and Bert Burns did - but they were the first to chart the song, before The Beatles did a year later. Fun fact: The Beatles recorded Please Please Me, the record that contains this hit, in just 10 hours. Their producer knew that "Twist and Shout" would totally ruin John Lennon's voice because of its demanding style, so he saved it for last, with just 15 minutes of scheduled recording time left. Indeed, it totally blew out Lennon's voice, and, while the producer wanted to do a second take, Lennon just couldn't manage it. Ended up fine, if you ask me. I Can't Believe It's Not ELVIS PRESLEY! Song: "Hound Dog" (1956) Original: Big Mama Thornton (1952) Oh man! OH MAN! Who is Big Mama Thornton, and where has she been? This woman is a force! She also recorded "Ball n' Chain" before Janis Joplin made it a hit. Give the lady some love! This version is fucking awesome! But, yeah, Elvis's is better. Sorry Big Mama. Which one surprises you the most? Do you like the originals better, or the more popular covers? Music community folks: Reveal yourselves!
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The Christmas Latte to Rule Them All
I've talked about this cafe before, and I'll talk about it again. All That Sweets is hands down my favorite dessert cafe on Earth. Watch my video review here or read below^^ Today I went alone so I passed on a slice of the strawberry shortcake but look how adorable is it! Their cakes are always light and creamy, though the flavors change daily! I've seen chocolate, vanilla, and even kiwi cakes. Instead I opted for one of their amazing macarons. Because I came late in the day, my only option was the chocolate raspberry "merry xmas" heart macaron, but I probably would have chosen that anyway. These flavors also vary with the season but every single one I've ever tried has been absolutely delicious. But of course, the star of the show is my Christmas Tree Latte <3 Their lattes are amazingly intricate, and they have a dozen of them on the menu at all times. The homemade (delicious) whipped cream is covered in melted chocolate, sprinkles, and meringue cookies. I seriously thought I hated meringue until I tried these babies. Now I can't get enough! They sell these for the month of December, and then usually move on to make snowflake or other winter themed lattes. All year 'round they offer rose, raincloud, and even coral styled lattes! This year they also introduced a gingerbread man latte that I was tempted to get, but I had to stick to my traditional tree :) You can also find me here: Tumblr Instagram Twitter Facebook SnapChat: cari.cakez
Wake Up! Songs That'll Keep You Awake at Work
Tuesday is still far from Friday, and no it's not Monday so we're making progress. Re-invigorate your workday with these exciting tracks from the past. Too tired to function? Look no further than this playlist! Edgy and classic rock acts like The Stones and Bowie can make anyone feel like a rock-star, even when you're on the verge of drooling all over your desk at work. 1. Jumpin' Jack Flash / The Rolling Stones It's hard not to imagine yourself being the coolest person in the world when you listen to this song. The Rolling Stones are rock and roll at it's maximum and their lengthy career proves that. This classic track is made for amping up. Play this when you're falling asleep at your desk. 2. Rebel Rebel / David Bowie Bowie is the farthest from boring that you can get. His enigmatic stage persona and flashy style has cemented him as a rock and roll legend, and today you can feel like one too. After you grab your second cup of coffee, turn up this Bowie classic for elevated energy. 3. Rock The Casbah / The Clash Another classic group, this time from the punkier side of things, The Clash have always been a belligerent, energetic rock act. Rock the Casbah is a song that everyone can recognize, but nobody knows what it means. And for you, that's just fine. Turn up, ragga out and wake back up! 4. My Generation / The Who My personal favorite who song is full of piss and vinegar. My Generation is a punk song masquerading as a classic, and it will be sure to get you going around 2:00 when your lunch-time energy fades away. 5. Get Back / The Beatles This late addition to the Beatles catalog, Get Back encapsulates the paranoid doubt experienced by people who once belonged to the 60's counter culture movement. Let it get you through the paranoid doubt of the end of the work day. For more playlists, follow the "Soundtrack To Your Life" collection, and to request a playlist for a mood, type of weather, an event, whatever! Comment below.
10 Rock and Roll Couples That'll Give You Instant #RelationshipGoals
Love is a hard thing, it comes and goes, in and out faster than any of us can keep up with. Although the lonely days can seem like forever, the ones we spend with someone we love can seem just as quick. Most of these relationships end in tragedy. Is that the nature of love, or the nature of rock and roll? I guess we'll have to find out. Here are the 10 most rock and roll couples of all time. Romantic and beautiful, toxic and tragic. It's all the same. 1. Paul and Linda McCartney Linda may have started off as a rock and roll wife, but her music career ended up blossoming as a result. Receiving an Oscar nomination for her co-writing of "Live and Let Die" this duo will never be forgotten. Linda died of breast cancer at age 56, but her love and legacy live on in Paul and Linda's children. 2. Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love Musicians have a way of finding each other. Some people compare Courtney love to Yoko Ono in terms of steering Nirvana off track a bit, and adding to the destructive ways of Cobain, who died tragically at the age of 27. Whatever your take on these two, they are the perfect example of a rock and roll couple. 3. Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder One might say this love story ended in tragedy, but I beg to differ. They loved each other, completely and the sadness only comes with the tragic end of Amy. Gone but not forgotten. 4. Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithful Ultra cool and devil may care, this couple was a quintessential of early rock couples. Big sunglasses and hats, draped patterns and scarves, they were almost as fashionable as they were unique. 5. Peter Doherty and Kate Moss God. Goals. So many goals.This was the relationship that nearly derailed Moss' modeling career, as she was photographed doing cocaine with Doherty. That didn't matter though. Despite all of the media coverage, and the rumors, these two will live in infamy as yet another incredibly destructive and beautiful rock and roll couple. 6. John Lennon and Yoko Ono Although this couple is controversial, one can't deny the power of their love story. Enduring and timeless, the bond formed between these two in the 70's transcended music and became a cultural phenomenon for years to come. 7. Sid and Nancy Although it ended tragically, it started off as a rock and roll fairy tale: British punk meets American girl, both head to New York City. One ends up dead, and the other charged with murder. Most rock relationships end badly, but not as bad as Sid and Nancy. Beward of toxicity. 8. David Bowie and Iman Together till the very end, these two created a legacy of love and affection that will outlast them both. Every rockstar needs a muse, and there's no better muse than the beautiful Iman. 9. Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks Ah yes, the old "guitar player and lead singer" trope. Can't say I haven't fallen pray to that myself...but we won't get into that. It's hard to imagine the success of Fleetwood Mac without the relationship between Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham. Come on, their greatest album Rumors? Wouldn't exist. 10. Elvis and Priscilla Presley I've got to round out this list with one of the most prominent rock and roll couples of all time, Elvis and Priscilla, who inspired an entire world of women to want rock and roll husbands. A beautiful and tumultuous relationship that is remembered to this day, Elvis and Priscilla will always stand as the president and first lady of early rock and roll.