Through the miracle of the world-wide web, I know that it was the evening of March 1st 1969 that I spent in the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall with my brother (well, I knew that already – obviously) at a concert compered by the immortal John Peel, which featured a sitar player (Vytas Serelis, also a noted Australian artist, I believe), some bloke called David Bowie performing mime and, as headliners, a folksy duo who went by the name of Tyrannosaurus Rex. 281 more words
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1960′s Historic & Classic Rock Albums . . . . . . . . . . TEN YEARS AFTER - STONEDHENGE 2/22/69 plus a Mini-MindBlower - TYA & 2001: A Space Odyssey!
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TEN YEARS AFTER – STONEDHENGE – February 22, 1969 – Deram Des 18021
a Mini-Mindblower: TYA & 2001: A Space Odyssey! 726 more words
With a great roadhouse blues voice tinged with the spirit of Johnny Winter and a guitar style reminiscent of both Gary Moore and Alvin Lee, … 333 more words
Mick Fleetwood summed up the atmosphere, not just at Klook’s Kleek but all over London thus, “Ah, Swinging London – if one could only re-create that lost, heady air of freedom and opportunity that was sweeping over sleepy, stuffy London town during the mid-sixties.” 899 more words
Hello there! Our song this week is Hey Joe, a dark and brutal blues song. We will review an early version by The Byrds. We will also discuss versions by the Jimi Hendrix Experience and by Ten Years Later. 3,402 more words