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On January 22, 1968.

On January 22, 1968, “Epic” label released Spirit’s self titled debut album. “Spirit” was recorded from August to November 1967, and was produced by Lou Adler. 111 more words

"Rocky Horror Picture Show"

Rocky Horror Picture Show (1970s)

The Rocky
Horror Picture Show is one of the most consistent, or should that be recurring fads
for 35 years. 173 more words


P.F. Sloan 1945-2015

The songwriter P.F. Sloan died this week, aged 70. More than 40 years ago, the record producer Lou Adler told me a story about him that still makes me smile, even though it had the polish of a tale that had been told many times and perhaps enhanced by the process of repetition. 544 more words

Barry McGuire

Merry Clayton - Merry Clayton (1971)

Although I’ve gone on about all the great new releases that happen in the autumn, I’m still fully committed to looking backward at musical genres and eras that I might have only scratched the surface of. 494 more words


Laverne Cox to Star in Fox's Live TV Production of "Rocky Horror Picture Show"

Fox’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” has invited Laverne Cox to come up to its lab.

The “Orange is the New Black” actress has been cast as the sexually ambiguous flirtatious alien mad scientist Frank-N-Furter in the two-hour event special, said to be a re-imagination of the cult classic. 175 more words


SIGIHT (Song I'm Glad I Heard Today): The City, "Why Are You Leaving"

Carole King. The name instantly conjures up a couple of images. First and foremost, we think of the groundbreaking singer-songwriter that created “Tapestry,” one of the best-selling albums of all time. 535 more words

The City: Now That Everything's Been Said (Light In The Attic)

The City
Now That Everything’s Been Said
Light In The Attic

In 1967, pop songwriter Carole King was a woman in transition. She moved from the East Coast to Los Angeles, on the heels of her divorce from Gerry Goffin, her songwriting partner for most of the decade. 472 more words

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