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CK Retro Review: Bridges To Babylon by The Rolling Stones

1997’s Bridges To Babylon got lost a bit on the battleground between Mick Jagger’s efforts to drag The Rolling Stones into modernity and Keith Richards attempting to put the kibosh on those efforts at all costs. 904 more words

Retro Reviews

1451 Sunny - Bobby Hebb (1966)

This song was written and recorded by Bobby Hebb in 1966. It was released as a single with Bread on the B-side. It reached number two on the Billboard chart and number twelve on the UK Singles chart. 89 more words


Classic Rock Almanac September 2, 2016


Today’s Question: The late Rolling Stones and Beatles sideman Billy Preston would have turned 70 today (September 2nd).

The last recording released under Preston’s name was a three-song 2004 tribute EP. 379 more words


Oak Hill (Va.) could get rematch vs. 22 Feet (S.C.) in star-studded Phenom Hoops Showcase

Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), which finished 45-1 and No. 2 in the final Super 25 rankings last season, could get another chance at the one team that beat the Warriors. 253 more words


1422 I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me - Little Richard (1965)

This song was written by Don Covay. It was recorded by Little Richard in 1965. The recording features Billy Preston on organ and Jimi Hendrix on guitar. 43 more words


Rosters revealed for Elite 24 showcase in Brooklyn

A day after reports surfaced that the Nike EYBL again will be running an event at the same time as Under Armour’s Elite 24 in Brooklyn, Under Armour released the rosters for the Aug. 338 more words


On June 30, 1971.

On June 30, 1971, “Atlantic” label released “Stephen Stills 2”, the second Stephen Stills album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Stephen Stills and Bill Halverson. 124 more words