It's time for two new picks. This week we get funky with the Album of the Week. It's 3 + 3 by The Isley Brothers. And we get tubular at the same time. Your Lost/Forgotten Album of the Week is Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield.
So get comfy, grab a Fanta Orange Soda, and grab your best ear phones. Plug 'em up and check out these slices of entertainment history. And if it tickles your fancy, go out and make a purchase. These artists still benefit from your support.
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This week's selection might be the ninth in a series. Then again, it most probably is not.A long, long time ago, a wise person stated that this here site needs more funk.…Continue
Artist: James GangGenre: RockNationality: AmericanRock And Roll Hall Of Fame Member: NoAlbum: James Gang Rides AgainProducer: Bill SzymczykRelease Date: July 1970Running…Continue
This week's selection might be the eighth in a series. Then again, it might not.Some people complain about the number of songs on albums. They think 8-10 is enough. Of course…Continue
Four of the Scorpions albums will be getting the deluxe reissue treatment for release on November 6th.Blackout, Love at First Sting, World Wide Live and Savage Amusement.You can get the full details…Continue