Big Brother & The Holding Company
It has a neurotic, manic energy that exploded all notions of what a female Rock-N-Roller could be.
Winehouse’s vocals catapult “Rehab” into the heavens. She knew she was going down and wanted to be left alone.
An appeal to human virtue, a sense of right and wrong – a quest for human rights on every level – render the song immortal.
A hellishly insane scream, among the greatest, then Daltrey brings it back home to “Meet the new boss…”
With the overload of information that comes at us from all directions today, is discovering new Rock-N-Roll on the radio still possible?
Altamont – the end of an era, as it has been unceasingly ballyhooed – is seared onto the world’s mind. But it was a blip, not an apocalypse.
There is a real Strawberry Field in Woolton Village, a near-in suburb of Liverpool – here’s how it influenced John Lennon’s song.
Can Neil Young save us from the watered-down, soulless sound of MP3 downloads – and recapture Rock’s true glory?
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Here’s the seventh volume of the NeilTest™ – a snap assessment of your knowledge of the artist’s early work.
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Every one of these performances will blow your mind – from Winterland ’74 to Barton Hall ’77 to MSG ’87.
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The fourth DylanTest™ focuses on tracks from the musician’s early catalog – the mid-’60s through the mid-’70s.
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Check out footage of The Blues Brothers opening for The Grateful Dead at the epic final show at Winterland in 1978.
Reportedly, there are 600 hours of unheard audio in Reed’s archive.