Artist: Pink Floyd Title: A Saucerful of Secrets Year: 1968 Label: Columbia For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
There were several ways to tell big kids from little ones during the ’70s.
The challenge with creating a playlist of war songs is that there’s so damned many of them.
You aren’t here for a civics lesson, but you’re going to get one anyway: Take your jury duty seriously.
You know that obnoxious guy at the concert who knows the words to every song, no matter how obscure? That was me with Bowie.
One of the fun things about working for Diffuser is the opportunity to tailor my pretty broad musical tastes to fit their slightly narrower editorial sensibilities. There are lots of great songs […]
A couple of weeks ago I gave you a little story about a high speed car chase through darkened Hollywood streets. Never mind that my evil pursuer was really a guilt-ridden WASP […]
I am a great admirer of Hipgnosis album covers. I’ve written about them here on Why It Matters, and I maintain a little gallery of their 190 sleeves so that you can […]
It took Tim DeLaughter 14 years to bring his Polyphonic Spree to Sacramento, but it was worth the wait.
I now had three movie credits, even if I wasn’t credited in two of them: 1969, where I offered Robert Downey, Jr.’s character LSD; The Judas Project, which filmed while I was […]