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This Day in Music History — September 17

1967 : Keith Moon of The Who rigs his bass drum to explode at the end of “My Generation” during the group’s appearance on CBS-TV’s Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, but doesn’t realize that the stage crew had already set the charge. 141 more words

This Day In Music

Punk Rock Phantasm

*Authors Note: This is an excerpt from a longer work titled Letters from the Tomb*

Punk rock phantasm arrives on a spiked wave, a rainbow Mohawk glowing sevenfold in its path. 157 more words


Sept. 7 haiku

One of my favorite rock ‘n’ roll dates.

Buddy Holly, Sept. 7, 1936 – Feb. 3, 1959
Keith Moon, Aug. 23, 1946 – Sept. 7, 1978… 417 more words

Honorable Mentions

On September 7, 1978.

On September 7, 1978, Keith Moon, drummer with The Who, died.

Paper Blues

Another song I recorded around the gloriously ambient surroundings of Whitechapel/Bethnal Green/Stepney Green (not entirely sure what its exact address is).

If you like Oasis and the Small Faces then you MAY like this. 34 more words


45 RPM: The Who's "Pinball Wizard" [German 7"]

Here’s your ticket to some of the best (or, perhaps, most infamous) 7″ singles ever released! No adapter is required, although in my opinion the device pictured below is right up there with velcro as one of the best inventions of the 20th century. 392 more words

Analog Kid

Sunday Afternoon with an Old Friend

I am excited today to get to go to see an old friend today, Tommy.

I first met the lad when he was just a new release by the… 552 more words