- Don't blame me when earworms strike after this
- “Oh, Sweet Pea, come on and dance with me.” I gotta say Tommy Roe's 1966 bubblegum smash with its tackle box hook and insidious Farfisa organ is pretty catchy. Too catchy.
- Prince, “When You Were Mine”
- Featuring snapping drums and Farfisa-styled synths (all played by you-know-who), the song doesn't contain an ounce of flab. The love triangle at the core of the song isn't the genteel type featured in so many other pop music tearjerkers.
- Patty Griffin to use her voice at Jefferson Center
- A bluesy riff, some farfisa spikiness and a spare beat underneath your hurting vocal and relatable lyrics.
- Local Indie Rockers New Planet Trampoline Re-Record a Long-Lost Album
- Dark Rides and Grim Visions, the latest long player from the local psychedelic rock band New Planet Trampoline, has a particularly long and convoluted history.
- The Roaring 420s At Cafe Nine
- The band will throw in some slinky surf riffs and woozy Farfisa to keep you guessing. It's skunky. You might hear a sitar if you're paying attention.
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