I sat down the other night for one hour of perfect writing time, the kind of time recommended by experts who write books on writing.
It took half a century, but Warner Brothers finally released the complete Woodstock. Well, almost.
Hipgnosis may be the best known name in classic rock imagery, but they’re far from the only name.
We’ve all seen Michael Wadleigh’s Woodstock, the Academy Award-winning 1970 documentary about the Woodstock Music and Art Fair.
“Christmas time is here, happiness and cheer.” That charming little couplet entered the public consciousness on the evening of December 9, 1965,
It’s been a while since we’ve had one of these, so let’s do it.
“Wow, that’s a lot of Coke” turned out to be an ad for Little Caesar’s Pizza. In the finished commercial a nerdy dude holding a large tub of soda sits down and […]
Joe Cocker’s set is another one of those career-defining moments from Woodstock, in this case both for better and worse.
Pearl and her Kozmik Blues Band got it going around two a.m. Sunday morning. Big Brother and the Holding Company were a little less than a year in her rear-view mirror, a […]
It’s after midnight, and the Grateful Dead have finally cleared the stage. A good portion of the muddied audience is wiped out, having spent two straight days overcrowded, underfed and wet — […]