"I thought you old guys were suppose to be all about honesty and transparency and here you are relying on clickbaits.
Experimental and Progressive Rock. Where? Just point me in the right direction.
And I thought there is going to be some Marky Mark…"
More Remembrances of the 50th Anniversary of 1967 & The Summer Of Love.This time a visit to the West Coast and a return to the East Coast, in pursuit of experimental and Progressive Rock.All with the assistance of a couple of, at varying times, very very popular bands!Simple as that.No need to write much on a hot,…See More
"Another good call with Blues.
Although I prefer the sparkier kind, perhaps Rock dancing on the edge of Blues, this was still a good listen. Mainy for Jimi Hendrix. To my knowledge both UK and US versions of Are You Experienced have only 11 tracks.…"
I will continue our 50th Celebration Of A Year, with two title tracks from 1967 albums to begin.Back in the 60's, albums in England were ordinarily released with 14 tracks on them.Here in the U.S. it was the custom to have only 12 songs!So what would happen- for example to Beatle albums- is that the American record…See More
"Jon,Hahahahaha...what a ballbreaker!I GOT NO NOTICE!Ok we have a record for this one!"She gets killed in the second reel. Yeah!"Come on, that’s funny, lol!And with a woman like that wouldn’t you?Thanks for the listen and…"
"Yngve,I always fix things that ain’t broke...it’s what I do, lol!And I have Soul!I saw "Hair" some years after it opened. It was notable for its nudity, but just a Musical, nothing all that special to me.I knew some of the…"
"That would be a nice show.
You know, Love songs covered by other groups. I'm sure there's quite a few.
Yep, there's something about those two songs that sound familiar. But, what could it be? WHAT COULD IT BE??????
Stay cool? Are you…"
Continuing with this year's Summer Series, the 50th Anniversary of 1967 AND The Summer Of Love.This time out I will go very FM.I have spoken before about FM Turntable Hits- songs that got a lot of airplay on the Underground Stations but not much in the way of sales.Well our first song is an FM Turntable Classic!After…See More
"You traded a fashion examination of the era for what? A crossroad sign. Why fix something if it ain't broken?
Soul in the line-up, gave soul to the show. Good call on that.
We are five parts into 67's and you haven't mentioned or…"
1967 is my favorite year because I was just the right impressionable age, and I had not a care in the world...my parents did, lol! And this was the year I finally got an FM Radio...a Clock Radio of all things!I had been listening to FM Free-Form Radio for about a year at other people's houses or wherever else I…See More