Added by barrytheb on December 31, 2012 at 9:47pm — No Comments
The Doors had just had their biggest summer. Light My Fire had gone from a seven minute album cut, to an edited AM radio friendly length of 2:52, and on to being a part of the Summer of Love’s soundtrack and number one on the Billboard charts.
With Light My Fire hitting number one it pushed The Doors onto the national stage and the national variety shows started calling. First Ed Sullivan, and in December the Jonathan Winters Show. (read full article at…Continue
Added by Jim Cherry on December 27, 2012 at 8:04am — No Comments
Here is a link to my blog post about some top bands that kind of hit the wall with their creative juices and...well you know.
Added by Ian McEwen on December 13, 2012 at 5:06pm — No Comments
Three baby boomers relive their 1969 trip to Woodstock. One final roadtrip. One last chance to say Goodbye Emily. Author Alisha Page calls Goodbye Emily “a road trip full of adventure, love, laughter, fun, superstar appearances and heart-felt healing.”
Koehler Books will release Goodbye Emily in January, but it's now out in ebook on Kindle, Google Play for android devices and ibooks for Ipads. Here's the kindle link…Continue
Added by Michael Murphy on December 1, 2012 at 11:49am — No Comments
I was lucky enough to get a preview of the new Led Zep O2 Arena show now released as Celebration Day.
Here's my in-depth review of the show in case you had any doubts of its greatness!
The link is here http://bit.ly/RUDWSC
In the rush to get to Blood on the Tracks and Desire, most people overlook his 1970 album New Morning. Here's my take on why you should give it a listen
Link is below.
Added by Steve Harnell on December 1, 2012 at 9:53am — No Comments