a band that can get it done
An absolute sales disaster
in which Doris gets her oats… again
He has still yet to have his day in the spotlight.
Mike Nessing writes about the short, lustrously creative life of Judee Sill. Back in 2009 Still reads like a dream
In fact the first six songs taken collectively are so strong you start to think that Bowie has delivered something that would rival his greatest achievements. But things get a little uneven in the middle before the last four tunes rally the set to a fine conclusion.
trapped in a big metal box
“Is all this necessary?” Well, it depends
the band merged pop sensibility with melodic sophistication
nothing less than a defining moment in the history of American pop
The Replacements were that all too rare combination of attitude , flippancy and spirit.
Their’s is a music that defies description
Despite containing perhaps theit biggest and best single ever, the double A sided “We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions”, the LP as a whole struggles as the band begins to show signs that they’re running out of ideas
“So In Love” had me hooked from the git-go with it’s astonishing old school R&B styling
Of a time when people got together and sang songs because that was their only entertainment
With the working title of “Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg”, the original mix featured longer song versions
The box set serves as a document of the band’s high water mark
The most recent Dylan one sells for …wait for it…. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY DOLLARS! FOR A BOX WITH NO RECORDS IN IT!
The heavy metal fans certainly have plenty to like
Rumors still persist that both Volman and Kaylan are in negotiations with Dweezil Zappa to appear in his “Zappa plays Zappa” touring ensemble.
A sealed copy however, is an entirely different animal as it essentially confirms itself as one of the original 5000.
enough to make me want to jump and weep for joy
we may yet see a triumphant return to the stage
That period being approximately 1970-1973 that begins with Pete Townshend’s aborted “Lifehouse” project, and concluding with the recording and release of 1973’s “Quadrophenia
“Black Beauty” is slated to hit store shelves on June 7th.
have you ever met anyone who actually hate Spinal Tap?
The release also adds fuel to the smoldering fire that suggests that Capitol Records has a plan at least in principle to release the unfinished SMiLE tapes as a box set or some other format
AXE VICTIM-Bill Nelson rejected stardom while creating some of the greatest rock music of the 1970’s
It took only one album for Nelson to shed his “pretty skin”
More “Labour Of Lust”
it is here on this record where we are treated to the most consistent balance between future experimentation and the immediate punch of his earliest works.
the mere fact that it still exists and has never been heard gives the acetate immediate “lost album” status.
this thing never stood a chance