The Superb Mario Medley Is Truly Superb!

I have always admired people with talent that are not afraid of thinking outside the box when using their gifts. After watching this medley, i was highly impressed! The combination of instrumentation with their vocals creates a feeling of both retro and modern nostalgia! I watched this video several times! The transition of the songs are excellent, and i love the costumes they created for … Continue reading The Superb Mario Medley Is Truly Superb!

Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself, My Name Is….

A retro reset, a rebranding of sorts. I truly believe that mentally, i am stuck somewhere between the early 80’s and late 90’s! I have now been blogging for about 9 months and i am loving it! Despite struggles and hardships in my personal life, i view my blogging as a source of intellectual refuge. I love touching people through originality! From “Pac-Man Poetry” to … Continue reading Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself, My Name Is….

Fun V.R. Retroquiz 7- 60’s/70’s Soul Music, Name That Singer!

Ok vintage retro fans out there, time for another retroquiz! Let’s test your soul music knowledge and see if you can name that singer/group! They convinced the whole world that “ain’t no woman like the one they’ve got!” They pose the question, “Could it be we’re falling in love, with you baby?” This soul singer compared his woman to a “starship”, which happened to be … Continue reading Fun V.R. Retroquiz 7- 60’s/70’s Soul Music, Name That Singer!

“Game over”, or is it? How to convert something “tragic” into something “fire”- by VintageRetroman

I remember back on the Holiday Season of 1991. The scene was Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem NC. As i reflect back on some of my favorite memories with my dad, this particular recollection stands out to me. There were two kiosks setup outside of KB toys, a very popular toy store back in the 80’s and 90’s. One kiosk had a Super Nintendo playing “Super … Continue reading “Game over”, or is it? How to convert something “tragic” into something “fire”- by VintageRetroman