Thu 23 Feb 2017
Thu 23 Feb 2017
Tue 21 Feb 2017
This English band’s third album was released in 1969. Symphonic rock at its finest. I’ve owned my copy ever since:
Mon 20 Feb 2017
Sometimes YouTube videos add a something special to the music. Taj Mahal is always fun to listen to and even more so when you combine his version of “Ain’t Nobody’s Business” with this clip from The Abyss, a Danish silent film from 1910. Also known as The Woman Always Pays, the film was written and directed by Urban Gad and starred Asta Nielsen and Robert Dinesen.
Sun 19 Feb 2017
This first album by this still semi-active garage rock band from the Bay City Michigan area was released in 1966:
Thu 16 Feb 2017
I don’t know much about this big band soul-funk group. They produced one self-titled LP in 1971, and that was all. This song comes from that album.
Tue 14 Feb 2017
Tom Rush’s second album, from 1963:
Sun 12 Feb 2017
There is a long story about the album from which this song originally came, beginning with the fact that it was totally bogus. If the vocalist on this song sounds suspiciously like Bob Dylan, you would be right. Other members of this non-existent super-session group included Mick Jagger, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney. You can read more about it by going here:
Sat 11 Feb 2017
Music from Mike Hammer, the 1957-59 TV series, starring Darren McGavin:
Fri 10 Feb 2017
Jennifer Rush is an American pop singer who has been based in part in Germany. “The Power of Love,” which she co-wrote and recorded in 1984, is her most well-known song, hitting number one in many countries and covered by many other singers and groups, including Air Supply, Laura Branigan and Celine Dion.
Tue 7 Feb 2017
One of the greatest rock albums of all time: