In hour two of Nick Digilio’s conversation with Steve and Johnnie, they talk about Duane Eddy (who wrote the forward for the book), provide an update on long time guest and friend Fran Tate, and tell the story of how Les magically turned a Fender into a Les Paul. 72 more words
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If this flag represents slavery, racism and oppression, then every flag of every nation in existence in 1776 did so as well. So what. This country abolished slavery over a hundred years ago, yet slavery still thrives in many parts of the world, most notably Africa and the middle east. 103 more words
Why don’t the Rolling Stones take it easy?
Why don’t they sit down and write something symphonic? Something that’s cultivated… Something that is more befitting of their age and status? 1,776 more words
4th March 1975
6th and final week for Helen Reddy’s Angie Baby on top, but who will topple her – Wigan’s Chosen Few play footsie at 2, Shirley says Shame Shame Shame at only going up to 3, and there are 2 big new entries: Gloria Gaynor follows up her big number one with a cover of a Motown classic in at 4, the Four Tops Reach Out I’ll Be There, and it’s a thumping frantic disco anthem, for me the best version apart from the original. 3,483 more words