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"Rabbit One" by Masters of Reality

Along with Queens of the Stone Age, Masters of Reality is one of the trademark bands of the desert rock scene and lives up to their Black Sabbath namesake with their psychedelic take on blues music. 38 more words


Lagos No Shaking

This is it then. In 4 hours time I’m leaving the house for the last time in 6 months, heading for my inaugural night tube journey from Walthamstow to Victoria, and on to the coach station for Heathrow. 17 more words

The Daily Cut: Cream "Sunshine of Your Love"

Cream: “Sunshine of Your Love”

ALBUM:  Disraeli Gears

YEAR: 1967

WRITERS: Jack Bruce, Peter Brown and Eric Clapton

Peaked at number-five on the Billboard Hot 100. 161 more words


Just a song

In 1969 short-lived supergroup Blind Faith released their first and only album. Keyboards and vocals: Steve Winwood, formerly of Traffic and the Spencer Davis Group. Unique voice, very soulful but liable to crack and skid off the note. 276 more words


Today In Music History: 08/19/16

It’s Friday!!! Let’s see what I can dig up for you today in music history.

Happy birthday to John Stamos of “Full House” fame. He is 53 and quite an accomplished musician and song writer in his own right. 185 more words


Rock Talk With Carter: How Ginger Baker Almost Killed Him

by Alisha Jackson

Today marks the birthday of legendary Cream drummer, Ginger Baker. It also marks that day that his band Blind Faith went gold with their first, and only album in 1969. 126 more words


Classic Rock Almanac August 19, 2016


Today’s Question: Now retired Queen bassist John Deacon turns 65 years old today (August 19th).

How was Deacon billed on Queen’s self-titled debut album. 396 more words