Miami Heat Theme Song by D-Shep featuring Veronica (from YouTube)
When the young gentleman who calls himself “D-Shep” updates this tune to include members of the 2010-2011 Heat roster, how’s he gonna kick a convincing rhyme about how cool Zydrunas Ilgauskas is?
Do You Love Me? By The Blues Brothers (from The Definitive Collection, Atlantic, 1992)
I wanted to find The Contours' version, but no dice. My Motown collection is very weak.
Haunted House by Jerry Lee Lewis (from Southern Roots: Boogie Woogie Country Man, Raven, 2004)
A spooky song from The Killer who will always be, as far as I’m concerned, a far better “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” candidate than that other fat, clueless and way overrated guy. What was his name?
Anyway, take it from another fat, clueless and overrated guy who knows: JJL is the best.
Me and Willie Mays by Rob Mehl (from Diamond Cuts: Centerfield, Vol. 8, Hungry for Music, 2005)
The polite and grammatically correct way to title this song would have been “Willie Mays and I.” So there.
Breakfast Cereal by DJ Yoda (featuring Biz Markie) (from The Amazing Adventures of DJ Yoda, Antidote, 2006)
Cereal as an amazing adventure? Sure, but only if it includes Biz Markie.
The Real Slim Shady by Eminem (from The Marshall Mathers LP, Interscope, 2000)
Too much hip-hop for you this week? Sorry…we didn’t realize you weren’t hip-hop…like MC Bill Littlefield.
Ok, ok…like me, Senior Producer Gary Waleik, either.
This segment aired on October 30, 2010. The audio for this segment is not available.