Separate names with a comma.
Maybe because, for some of us, regardless of the music genre(s) we prefer, without the ersatz superhero costumes and clown makeup and
Well, at least Mr. Kaiser and company gave the appropriate title to this piece of dreck.
Some of us musicians think it's part of our job to make the audience like what we have to offer. They may not necessarily want to be
I saw the once, in spring 1971 at the Fillmore East, at a time they were doing "An Evening with the Grateful Dead"---the Dead
opening with a more...
That was one of the issues Cream had, though in their case their being over-toured by a short-sighted management probably did as much
For me, these were the Grateful Dead at their best:
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That explains it . . . he was stoned!
Just kidding LtDave . . . congratulations!
The writer got a small detail wrong: Kooper didn't exactly crash the Highway 61 Revisted sessions. Here's Kooper, who was there expecting to
She was, until 1975---when she was in Jamaica doing music commercials and the election of Michael Manley (pro-Castro) prompted a government
A guilty pleasure . . .
The "Stop" jam is good.
These are way better:
Freed was a little before my consciousness (I was born in 1955), but the jocks I remember growing up in and around New York