Here’s the thing. We’ve loved our music for generations and generations, and we can sing all the lyrics to our favorite tracks. We know every word.
Or do we?
See, in some instances, our favorite classic tracks have undergone – shall we say – alternate versions, depending on previously unforeseen situations. Some songs have lyrics that might confuse people in other countries, while some songs have recorded different versions for a regional effect.
On today’s K-Chuck Radio, I have a few examples of songs that were customized – sometimes by the artist, sometimes by the record company – for various reasons. Let’s start with
Earlier this week, I captured a very well-received photo of the Washington Park tulips, as shot from inside the tulip bed. After much thought and feedback, I decided to fast-track the photo – officially now known as What The Grasshopper Saw – into Competition Season 2017.
And mind you, that was not the only set of photos I took at the park.
Among the many television shows scheduled for the upcoming 2017-18 prime time television season is a brand new program from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. No, it’s not another animated series like The Cleveland Show or American Dad! Instead, it’s a science fiction comedy spoof series. In this new FOX TV series, MacFarlane is the captain of a space ship called The Orville. Hence … the name of the show.