“There’s something at the heart of it that’s simply awful A man who makes a living off a plastic waffle!” Time to celebrate an album from an Artist whose “plastic waffles” make millions of fans rejoice! Time for four more… Read More ›
“While it is true that a descending chromatic four-chord progression is a common convention that abounds in the music industry, the similarities here transcend this core structure” With those words, a Judge is taking Led Zeppelin to court! That’s right,… Read More ›
“Hello It’s Todd!” “Something/Anything?” Rundgren’s Four-Sided Masterpiece! Guns ‘n Roses Loved It Too!
The review at the time of this album’s release said it all: “demonstrates his command of the studio, unfurling his falsetto over a kaleidoscope of rock genres” Time to dig into one of the greatest albums ever released, the epic… Read More ›
Paul McCartney Meets Elvis Costello! “Flowers In The Dirt!” McCartney’s 80’s Collaborative Gem! I have been looking back at Paul McCartney’s music – and every album is full of great musical surprises….like Elvis Costello! Playing In “The Dirt!” Here’s the… Read More ›
Kick Up Your Heels For Paul McCartney! Time to kick off your shoes and celebrate a neglected gem of an album – Paul McCartney’s “Off The Ground!” McCartney’s Forgotten “Off The Ground!” Hardcore Paul McCartney fans know and love all… Read More ›
“It came in a vision – a man appeared on a flaming pie and said unto them, ‘from this day on you are Beatles with an A.’ ” And with those words, John Lennon gave Paul McCartney the title to… Read More ›
“I Saw A Werewolf Drinking A Pina Colada At Trader Vics…His Hair Was Perfect” Thanks to Chet Phillips for this terrific image! Time to celebrate the Author of one of music’s most iconic lines – let’s hear it for Warren… Read More ›
Rock’s Forgotten Supergroup! Beatles! Bob Dylan! ELO! Tom Petty! Secrets Of “The Traveling Wilburys”!
What A Supergroup! George Harrison! Bob Dylan! Tom Petty! Roy Orbison! Jeff Lynne! Time to remember the greatness of The Traveling Wilburys! This strangely forgotten footnote in music was actually a terrific celebration of music, a band consisting of Bob… Read More ›
The Musical Path Of Todd Rundgren! OK, you all know that I am a fan of Todd Rundgren – and you should be too! Here is Todd circa 1974, from the cover of his brilliant double album “Todd”, which included… Read More ›
“Jungle Love!” Steve Miller “Flies Like An Eagle”! All The Greatest 70’s Music! ELO! Supertramp! Steely Dan! Todd Rundgren!
time to celebrate some of the greatest musical Artists of the 70’s! Time To Celebrate “The Joker!” It’s one of the most iconic songs of the 1970’s, Steve Miller’s “The Joker.” It’s a wild album cover, and clearly the inspiration… Read More ›