Moms weekend is always kind of an interesting weekend for me. Its a huge deal and hotels are booked almost a year ahead of time, basically as soon as they release the date. 499 more words
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Depending, some people prefer Take It Easy performed by the Eagles, others are partial to Jackson Browne’s rendition. I’m one of those that enjoys Browne’s. He originally wrote the song in 1971 with his friend Glenn Frey (who contributed “It’s a girl, my Lord, in a flatbed Ford…”). 130 more words
By 1981, many people, myself included, were beginning to write Meat Loaf off as a one album wonder. While many of us were still enjoying the delights served up on his famous 1978 “Bat Out of Hell” album, its regularlarity of play was beginning to rapidly wane as newer albums were coming to the forefront. 443 more words
Screaming Lord Sutch Sunderland Polytechnic Wearmouth Hall sometime in the early '70s (probably 1973) and at the Barbary Coast Sunderland 9th February 1984
Picture the scene. It was sometime in the early ’70s, probably 1973. I was in my mid-teens and had started to take concert-going pretty seriously. It was a Saturday night student dance in Wearmouth Hall, which was the student union building of Sunderland Polytechnic. 705 more words
There was a time when television united us. It was a communal experience. Before that, it was radio.
It was said that back during the peak of radio, on a warm summer evening, a person could walk down the street of any community in America and listen to an entire, uninterrupted episode of “Amos ‘n’ Andy” as it wafted out of the open windows of all the homes. 840 more words
Another brilliant issue of Sweden Rock Magazine (4 2014), featuring Jimmy Page on the cover. Good interview with the man from Tony Balogh regarding the upcoming re-mastered editions of the first three Led Zeppelin albums (due out first week of June).
Using Guitar Rig 5 Native instruments to create the harmonized guitar sound used on the 1989 track from The Miracle album