Faithful readers of this blog – both of them – know that I’ve been dropping teasers about a magical mystery tour (“Roll up for the mystery tour, step right this way”) I will be embarking on in the very near future. This is teaser número … Continue reading A Six-Pack of Yes (Teaser #4)
As previously mentioned in prior teasers, I am off on an adventure in the not-too-distant future. The previous teasers have involved Chuck Leavell, formerly of the Allman Brothers Band and currently of the Stones. I also reblogged a Deep Purple post. Steve Morse is Purple’s … Continue reading Steve Morse – Guitarist Extraordinaire – Teaser #3
“I am in truth the Steppenwolf that I often call myself; that beast astray that finds neither home nor joy nor nourishment in a world that is strange and incomprehensible to him.” – Hermann Hesse – Steppenwolf. The above quote from Hesse’s 1927 novel Der … Continue reading Steppenwolf
Originally posted on 2loud2oldmusic:
Welcome to the new series covering the career of the great David Coverdale. We will start off with Deep Purple and then cover his solo work, his work with Jimmy Page and of course, Whitesnake. We have a long journey…
Note 1 – I was never a big Rush fan as I found their music too “arena-rock” sounding for my tastes. And Geddy Lee’s voice never worked for me. But they seemed like nice guys (because they were Canadian, of course) and I always respected … Continue reading Before They Were Stars!
In my New Year’s post, I said this – Note – I’m working on doing something in the next couple of months that will – should it happen – be of some interest to readers. It involves a visit somewhere. I’m going to drop well, … Continue reading Featured Album – Sea Level (Teaser #1)
C’mon now. You didn’t really think I’d get through the year without an Allmans post. Truthfully, I never even heard of this fucking thing. It came out last November and I stumbled on it. I’ll combine notes from their web site with my own pithy … Continue reading Featured Album – Big Band of Brothers – A Jazz Celebration of the Allman Brothers Band