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Morning Mixtape: 'Hero' by David Crosby and Phil Collins

I’m not sure what got me thinking about “Hero,” this lovely song by David Crosby and Phil Collins. I first heard it in 2001 or 2002. 98 more words

Popular Culture

Zervas and Pepper - Lifebringer


Paul Zervas, Kathryn Pepper and the ghosts of Laurel Canyon.


Their second long player.


Released July 2013.


Picture this. It’s 1969 and at Mama Cass’ place, friends and hangers-on have gathered on a balmy LA evening for food, drink and song. 956 more words

Album Review

Rock Chronology #119: Suite Judy Blue Eyes

“Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”, Crosby, Stills and Nash, 1969.

Once upon a time there were three musicians who each were a part of a different band that had made hit records. 114 more words


For What It's Worth.

With the overwhelming stress of the ’60s coming to an end, adolescents urged a change in form. Rock ‘n’ roll fans were transitioning from a period of expressing their freedom through a line from a… 144 more words

Last days in London

Just over a week ago now, I was frantically organising myself for what’s to be my biggest adventure in a long time. Bags half packed, chores to run, farewells to pay – I didn’t really have too much time to stop for a moment and consider the significant changes soon to take place. 284 more words

Beach Boys

CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG - " 4 Way Street " released 43 years ago today

The third album and the first live album, taken from shows at the Fillmore East in NYC, the Forum in L.A and the Chicago Auditorium, it contained music already available on their studio albums either as the band or on solo albums, Tensions were running high on this tour with constant dressing room disputes and fighting becoming legendary, fact the band did not record together for another six years in 1977, they received positive reviews, Rolling Stone saying it was their best album to date.