Category Archives: Baltimore Songs

Baltimore in Song

Thanks to Chris Richardson and his fantastic blog zeroto180 (“Zero to 180 – Three Minute Magic: Discoveries of a Pop Music Archaeologist”) for his recent piece “90+ Years of Baltimore in Song” – a comprehensive listing of tunes that reference … Continue reading

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Baltimore’s 1960s “Sunshine Pop” band The Peppermint Rainbow

By Tom Warner (Accelerated Decrepitude, 10/15/2012) Thanks to Johnny Dollar for reminding us of Baltimore’s forgotten 1960s “sunshine pop” band The Peppermint Rainbow (1967-1970). JD scored the group’s lone LP Will You Be Staying After Sunday at a Joppa Road … Continue reading

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“Crabs for Christmas” Music Video

Once upon a time Maryland Public Television was a fountain of creativity that focused on original programming instead of non-stop pledge programming based around self-help gurus… Merry Xmas to us. “David DeBoy’s classic Balmmer song was the big finish to … Continue reading

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Tom Warner Reminisces About His Towerlight Daze

“S’More of My Back Pages Or: One Man’s Clippings Are Another Man’s Kindling” By Tom Warner (Accelerated Decrepitude, 4/25/2012) “I opened the Pandora’s Box that is the bottom drawer of my bedroom dresser and – buried beneath the whip, handcuffs … Continue reading

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