Then as it was, then again it will be And though the course may change sometimes Rivers always reach the sea. –Led Zeppelin, “Ten Years Gone” A funny thing happened while I […]
“Brown Sugar” was a number hit for the Stones in 1971, but what’s up with this 1984 shape disc?
Artist: Rolling Stones Title: All-Meat Music Year: 1973 Label: Trademark of Quality Cover Artist: William Stout
It’s quite fashionable to criticize the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s annual inductees, and I’m nothing if not fashionable.
I own a lot of bootlegs, but only a couple from shows that I attended.
I’m going to get to Zappa, but first let’s talk a little about Adam Carolla.
“Why would you pay good money to see Jethro Tull?” That’s the first question people asked me
On January 18, 1973, the fabulous Forum in Los Angeles played host to Cheech and Chong, Santana, and the Rolling Stones.
The late ’60s come down to two years musically, and 1968 ain’t one of them.
Imagination really is both our greatest blessing and our greatest liability.