1977 is the year when punk rock really begins to flourish, many bands were forming and full-length albums were being released. But it ain’t all punk… We got Motorhead, Bob Marley, Rainbow, Elvis Costello, and more. Whattaya think, should 1977-B be all disco? Interstellar Overdrive: NASA’s 1977 Voyager was launched into deep space carrying aContinue reading »
A brief introduction to some of the greatest performers and songs in the genre of Blues… This playlist was unfinished, but we’re posting it in honor of a man who also wasn’t finished, B.B. King. We’d say Rest In Peace, but somewhere in the cosmos, the man probably already booked 8 shows for next week.Continue reading »
And now for something completely different… Featuring Don Van Vliet as The Artist Formerly Known as Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band.
With the rise in FM radio and the AOR (Album Oriented Rock) format, consumers began preferring albums over singles, and albums were selling like never before…Continue reading »
It’s 1972, the Hippies are hungover, Motown moves to L.A., and the Stones are coming out of exile after avoiding a MASSIVE taxation rate of 75% on top British earners in the early ’70s (We Love Our Queen… God Saves). The ’60s are dead, but lucky for us, good music doesn’t die. Fuzzy Fact: InContinue reading »