Wherein I dispense with my usual long-winded historical diatribes and randomly list three songs for your dining and dancing pleasure. You might consider this a “three-peat” as I’ve featured all these artists at one time or another. Purely by coincidence, all three are known for … Continue reading Tres Songs
No, this isn’t a posthumous (Reed died in 2013) collaboration nor has Lou come back from the dead. This was a songwriting collaboration, and Nils has released this new album around it. Now I don’t follow either of these guys that closely so apparently some … Continue reading Featured Album – Blue with Lou – Nils Lofgren/Lou Reed
Eagles, circa 1976 (l-r) – Don Felder, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner “We were all reading books about the Hopis and in the Hopi mythology, the eagle is the most sacred animal with the most spiritual meaning. I think it’s a beautiful … Continue reading An Eagles Sixpack
I’ve been listening to music for a long time. And like you, there are songs I love and songs I don’t love. But as these things go, there is another category which I call: “Songs Which I Loved Once Upon a Time But Now Can … Continue reading Songs I Once Loved But Now, Well ….
“If I’m going to do a farewell tour, I want to play good. I want to rock it. I know that this tour, I will be able to do everything I did last year and the year before. That’s the most important thing to me. … Continue reading A Sixpack of Peter Frampton – Going Out Screaming
“Probably the most original country style rock and roll guitar player. Has the nicest tone, the most amazing chops technically – superfast. And much neglected.” – Jerry Garcia on Roy Buchanan. “We never heard anything quite like what Roy was doing. He interested the hell … Continue reading Introducing Roy Buchanan! – The World’s Greatest Unknown Guitarist
Originally posted on musicophilesblog – From Keith Jarrett to Johannes Brahms:
John Coltrane I’ve checked, and to date, I’ve only mentioned John Coltrane twice on my blog. Let me clarify: this lack of coverage is not for lack of admiration, it is after all not…