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In Appreciation of the Drummer

I learned the guitar and also used to be a bass player. The first additional instrument I’d pick up if I had the time would be the drums – and, yes, also after soundproofing a room in my basement! 2,026 more words


Pinball Wizard: The Who; Elton John [Tommy]; McFly.

Hello there! This is the sixth installment in our new feature: “Tim’s Cover Story Goes To The Movies.”  In these posts, we discuss a famous song that makes an important contribution to a movie. 2,519 more words

Rock And Roll

Full Moon: A Crazy, Tedious & Sad Book

Not long ago, I was going through a box containing two of my youthful obsessions. The box was filled with books, magazines, posters, and other paraphernalia related to Farrah Fawcett and… 1,317 more words

Pop Culture

Two Sides of the Moon: the virtuosic & primitive in rock drumming #iaspm2017

Mandy Smith: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame/Case Western Reserve University

Two Sides of the Moon: Mediating the Virtuosic and the Primitive in Rock Drumming… 634 more words


Today In Music History: 06/23/17

Today in Music History kicks off in 1965, with Smokey and the Miracles, releasing the song “The Tracks Of My Tears.”

B.W. Stevenson recorded “My Maria,” on this day in 1973. 173 more words


20 June

Chippendale/Gustafsson/Pupillo— Melt (2014, Trost)


For five minutes, the kids resolutely try to pry open a can of apoplectic bees. At some point, with the flick of wrist and roll over the trap set, Rhode Island’s Keith Moon, Brian Chippendale, pries the lid off and all hell breaks loose. 264 more words

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