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7 and 7 is 1997

And the album era is slowly coming to an end, still there were 7 albums that kept my attention. OK Computer Radiohead – Radiohead makes their Pink Floyd masterpiece and then moves on.  I still miss mid 90s guitar era Radiohead but I’m glad they progressed. The Fat Of The Land The Prodigy – Just […]

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7 and 7 is 1967

I was reminded on January 4, the 50th anniversary of The Doors debut that 1967 was a pretty amazing year for music. I then thought that so was 1977, 1987…and so on. So this week in honor of 7,  I give you my favorite 7 albums that came out in a year ending in 7. […]

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Sir Roderick Stewart and Bob Dylan

Absolutely mind-blowing. Deeply honoured to be Sir Roderick Stewart. A photo posted by Sir Rod Stewart (@sirrodstewart) on Oct 11, 2016 at 1:26pm PDT Last week Rod Stewart was honored for his services to music and charity and knighted by Britain’s Prince William at Buckingham Palace. He will be known as Sir Roderick Stewart. Also […]

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Get Out

This is the week of Desert Trip.  If you’re tempted to go, you’re in luck as tickets on StubHub are below cost. I’m almost tempted to go myself.  Here’s who is playing and what to expect. Friday Bob Dylan Set time 6:40PM What to expect: Probably disappointment.  Veteran Dylan followers know what to expect but first […]

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Dylan and Public Radio

Yesterday was Dylan’s 75th birthday and as WXPN’s David Dye mentioned, “It sure is nice to celebrate someone’s contribution to pop culture while they’re still around”.  It’s a nice treat that only public radio can do A number of stations including WXPN in Philadelphia and WUMB in Boston celebrated by playing non-stop Dylan music.  KCRW in […]

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May 16, 1966 was a good day

50 years ago these things entered pop culture. Bob Dylan‘s “Blonde on Blonde” was released.  One of the greatest double albums of all time. The Beach Boys “Pet Sounds” was released.  One of the greatest albums of all time bar none. Janet Jackson was born.  One of the finest to come from the Jackson family. […]

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5 Years

I flipped my Rhino Calendar to May and there was David Bowie 5 years 1969-1973.  He had an insane output of amazing music in that span. Space Oddity Man Who Sold The World Hunky Dory The Rise And Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars Aladdin Sane Pin-Ups It reminded me that I’ve […]

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Substitute Singers

It was officially announced this past weekend that Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose would join AC/DC on their “Rock or Bust” tour, taking the place of Brian Johnson, who just retired due to hearing issues. It was also announced that “Oldchella” would be taking over the Polo Grounds in Coachella Valley with The Rolling […]

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More Grammy Predictions 2016

I already made some predictions in the major categories.  It’s going to be an epic battle  involving Lamar Kendrick or Taylor Swift. Here are five more predictions in categories that interest me and don’t involve either Taylor or Lamar BEST TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM The Silver Lining: The Songs Of Jerome Kern Tony Bennett & Bill […]

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New Music Friday

We know The Beatles and Bob Dylan have old/new music today and once again and everyone is writing and talking about it and we’re going to go out and get them because “hey”, it’s still The Beatles and Dylan and it’s still amazing music. There are two new albums from artists of note but going […]

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