Better than the recorded version.
A bit of the history of the Allman Brothers Band and Southern rock.
I have no idea if you could learn much about playing the piano with this, but it seems kinda cool.
Her "silvery soprano" was something to hear. Happy 75th birthday, Ms. Baez.
Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Ginger Baker and Rick Grech: Blind Faith.
Some history and a bit of an update on Richard Penniman, aka Little Richard.
TAYLOR SWIFT: Tell me, Socrates, must the player always play, play, play?
SOCRATES: Well, that depends on what it is to be a player and what it means to play. Could you be more specific?
SWIFT: I’m thinking of the dirty, dirty cheats of the world. Those about whom so many get down and out while they could be getting down to sick beats. Alcibiades, for example, abandoned Athens and sought refuge in Sparta, then left Sparta for Persia before finally returning to Athens, leaving an inter-imperial trail of broken hearts.
SOCRATES: Yes, I see. Alcibiades is, in fact, a player who will play, play, play.
SWIFT: Yes, very much so.
I played with it for a couple of minutes and think it's kinda cool.
My mom used to say if you wait long enough, almost everything comes back.
I can't comment on most of these, but I will second the motion for "Shiny Happy People" as REM's crappiest.