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video 03:37 Johnny Thunders, Arthur Kane and Jerry Nolan- 'Personality Crisis'- Live

Johnny Thunders, Arthur Kane and Jerry Nol...

From a treasure chest engraved ‘The New York Dolls’ they emerged. Thunders, Kane and Nolan now reside within the mystery of Rock and Roll history. Here they are with Barry Jones at The Roxy in Los Angeles. The year was 1987. A moment in time was created when it all came back around for a night.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/01/2011 07:01 PM

video 02:02 Van Morrison- "To Be Born Again"- The Trailer For The Never Released 2009  Documentary - It Was Never To Be For Reasons Still Shrouded In The Mystery That Is Van Morrison

Van Morrison- "To Be Born Again"- The Trai...

It began as an expanded view of the “Astral Weeks- Hollywood Bowl Concerts” and evolved into another concept. Van decided that the film would expound upon his visions and experiences within all corners of his profound journey.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/09/2011 06:50 PM

audio 04:01 John Lennon and Phil Ochs- History Recorded In A Room At The Chelsea Hotel in NYC, 1971!

John Lennon and Phil Ochs- History Recorde...

John Lennon possessed a limitless curiousity and enthusiasm regarding life, song and political matters. Therfore, it was of little surprise to those who knew him when Lennon proposed a meet with the immortal Phil Ochs. Here is a short, endearing portion of that historical encounter.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/06/2011 07:05 PM

audio 09:43 William S. Burroughs and Kurt Cobain- 'The Priest They Called Him.' A Collaboration Between Giants Of Their Generations.

William S. Burroughs and Kurt Cobain- 'The...

One of the most original writers of fiction in the history of thought meets one of the most prolific writers of music and poetry. Seattle greets The Bowery through this striking 10 minute innovation. Cobain heard this newly composed piece of magic and wished to paint an electric background. Dig.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 02/23/2011 03:18 PM

video 03:27 Sam "Lightning" Hopkins- The King of Blues / Rock- Early Street and Bar Performances- 1960

Sam "Lightning" Hopkins- The King of Blues...

There was Muddy, Wolf, Magic Sam, T-Bone Walker, John Hurt, Willie Dixon and a whole galaxy of Blues masters who gave us gifts we cannot repay. The late, legendary journalist Lester Bangs once noted ‘but before them all, Lightnin’ Hopkins was playing what we know today as Rock and Roll.’ 3 1/2 min

Posted by Rich Buckland, 02/20/2011 07:04 PM

audio 09:32 Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa- Rare Selection From 1975 Radio Broadcast!

Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa- Rare Se...

Regardless of what you may think of the collective works of both Beefheart or Zappa, they are impossible to ignore. With both now in another zone, it is time to reflect upon these two artistic goliaths who joined forces and created notions far beyond the world of Rock and Roll. 9 Minutes.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 02/10/2011 03:20 PM

audio 62:00 Charles Bukowski- Hostage- His Finest Live Reading! 1 Hour- 1980.

Charles Bukowski- Hostage- His Finest Live...

This exquisite hour features The ‘King of Poets’ reading live at Sweetwaters in Redondo Beach, California in 1980. Mr. Bukowski was the last great American poet, resting in comfort next to the likes of Ginsberg, Burrroughs and Jim Carroll. His dynamic visions are on full display as is his humor. Dig

Posted by Rich Buckland, 01/26/2011 10:57 AM

video 08:29 Hank Williams Tribute- Some Zany Clips From The Infamous Musical "Country On Broadway"!

Hank Williams Tribute- Some Zany Clips Fro...

What is left to say about “Luke The Drifter” himself, Hank Williams? Well, this tribute contains a few tidbits you will not find elsewhere.and may very well answer that question. Get a load of a teenage Hank Jr., a very dramatic Audrey Williams and the legendary Hank Snow. A forgotton joy. 10 min.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 12/29/2010 08:25 AM