This was the sound of AM Country Radio back in 1977. Many of the songs were constructed with tradition parts and the labor was enforced by old school producers utilizing vital voices and relevant refrains we would recall with fond reflection. Modern Country Music was once an admirable art form.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/15/2014 01:57 PM
These audience recordings captured on DAT tape seize the reemergence of a fabled artist after a long interval. Arthur Taylor Lee- March 7, 1945 – August 3, 2006. His magic lives on. Track 1-12: The T&C2, Highbury, London, May 5, 1992 / Track 13-18: The Garage, Highbury, London, June 3, 1994
Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/15/2014 11:38 AM
1. Take Me as I Am – Denise & Company 2. Ain’t Gonna Eat out My Heart – The Puppets 3. Bend Me, Shape Me – The Models 4. Hes Not There Anymore – Chymes 5. Hurtin Kind – The Bitter Sweets 6. Those Ever-Lovin Baby Blues – ID & Sleeper 7. Come Back – The Belles 8. Melrin – The Belles
Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/10/2014 11:19 AM
Prizefight life has been the source of aggressive plays, novels and motion pictures from the origin of these dramatic expressions. In this communication, we meet a battler who has run out of road but still elects to race regardless of the consequences. Through violence , some discover nobility.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/09/2014 11:43 AM
The Bloomfield legacy is written as an act in 3 parts. 1) The Butterfield connection. 2) The Dylan dynamic. 3) The devoted bluesman pushing hard road and inner sorrow. Epitaph: Mike percolated with the faculties of pure joy and rage as his fingers performed a desperate, fretting dance of blue fire.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/01/2014 11:17 AM
The greatest actor America has ever produced is revealed through the lens of fellow artists as well as his own work and words. “He is the marker,” director Martin Scorsese says. “There’s `before Brando’ and `after Brando.’”
Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/24/2014 02:40 PM
Sly Stone – keyboards, guitar, harmonica, lead vocals/ Freddie Stone – guitar/ Rose Stone – keyboards, vocals/ Larry Graham – bass, vocals/ Gregg Errico – drums/ Cynthia Robinson – trumpet, vocals/ Jerry Martini – saxophone, percussion
Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/19/2014 02:47 PM