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More with Les

“More with Les” is an original instrumental in a late-60’s, “classic rock” style that might remind you of early Deep Purple. In addition to the guitar parts I also played the bass part. 8 more words

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Wings: Some People Never Know

“Some people can sleep at nightime, believing that love is a lie.”

Some People Never Know is Wild Life at its Rammiest, so I pick it as the highlight of the album.

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Bob Dylan covers "Learning to Fly" in tribute to Tom Petty: Watch

Bob Dylan and Tom Petty were close, the pair having been frequent tour mates and collaborators in the Traveling Wilburys , a supergroup that also included Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, and George Harrison. 148 more words

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“(Don't Fear) The Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult

This classic rock song has an ethereal, romantic, and somewhat supernatural feel to it. I’ve never been exactly sure what the meaning of this song is. 189 more words

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A Look Back at 1967's Summer of Love in 7 Parts

In the summer of 1967, America found itself in a very similar place to where it finds itself today, 50 years later.

The country was bitterly divided, torn asunder by a generation gap; glaring racial, cultural, political, economic, educational, and lifestyle differences; a seemingly endless and possibly unwinnable war in a distant foreign land; and an increasingly unpopular president in the White House. 150 more words

Classic Rock

Song of the Day: Touch of Evil by Judas Priest

A Touch of Evil

You mesmerize slowly
Till I cant believe my eyes
Ecstasy controls me
What you give just serves me right

Without warning you’re here… 160 more words

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