This brand of lightning only strikes a genre of music once. The force enlarges, enhances, damages, imparts, recites, alters & creates a sense of religious ambush. Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Maureen Tucker threw the Beatle blueprint far away & left us dreaming in bliss and nightmare.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/11/2014 05:56 PM
They were known as Girls Together Outrageously, a band of 7 festive, young nymphs devoted to frolicking with the male hormones of the 60’s R&R spectacle and running wild within the free revelations projected by Laurel Canyon and Sunset Boulevard. This LP captures that moment in time with perfection.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/10/2014 03:50 PM
1.”Black Sheep Boy”
3.”Reason to Believe”
4.”Lady Came from Baltimore”
5.”Old Blue Jeans”
6.”Hang on to a Dream”
7.”If I Were a Carpenter”
8.”Tribute to Hank Williams”
10.”Speak Like a Child”
Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/04/2014 03:25 PM
We are pleased to present a 20 minute, abridged version of William Mesnik’s production “Innocence and Experience”. Bill devoted a year channeling the exquisite Blake poetry and giving birth to new melodic tones that could represent such beauty. The result is a silvery visit with Mr. Blake himself.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/24/2014 06:39 PM
1) You Can Make It If You Try- Yvonne Fair/
2) Go Go Train- John Paine/
3) Gotta Give Her Love- The Volumes/
4) Dedicated To The Greatest-Johnny Copeland/
5) Sock It To ‘Em- Rex Garvin/
6) Sock It To ‘Em JB- Part 2- Rex Garvin/
7) Have Fun- Ann Cole
Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/09/2014 06:31 PM
American kids were not alone in their desire to encounter the cultural counterpoint that enveloped the musical USA of the 60’s. This rare slice of vinyl indicates that the R&R infection had quickly spread to the other side of the globe. These tracks state that it may or may not have been for better.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/05/2014 07:11 PM
Nirvana was much more then just another electric circus act performing for the disenfranchised kids of another wandering generation. These cats were an artistic crisis, formed from the faithful ideal that there is nothing left to lose in a state of full reveal, even if it could kill you.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/01/2014 02:14 PM