Baby Boomers Music

Baby Boomers are egotistical asses, especially when it comes to music!   I should know.  I'm a Baby Boomer.   You have to remember, most Baby Boomers have followed music from its early days.  Say, a Baby Boomer, born in 1954, will remember songs from the Everly Brothers, Elvis Presley, The Big Bopper, and Buddy... Continue Reading →

Cover Songs, Uncovered

Have you ever heard a song that sounded so familiar you knew you'd heard it before, but it was now somehow different? Yeah, it was probably a cover. In the 1960's, laws against taking a song and changing it to fit your style was common practice.  Chuck Berry and many more artists saw their classic... Continue Reading →

New Releases by Classic Artists

Cher has just released yet another album. No, the plastic surgery hasn't hurt her singing voice. Still, the constant beat that accompanies her voice, one that we hear on 90% of the Pop tunes put out by idiotic record producers of today, tends to be annoying after a couple of songs.  I wish it was... Continue Reading →

FirstNotes and ForeverMusic

I was raised in a pretty shut-down household, where the music available was a strict diet of Classic FM (which I now love), Classical CDs (I love some of them), ‘Churchy’ music (still not that keen), and Gilbert and Sullivan (hate it with a passion). There was one exception (other than the stalwart ‘sung Times... Continue Reading →

]The Stones at JFK Stadium, 1978

photo: Mike Brody The following is an excerpt of the original review: Peter Tosh was better than the treatment the crowd was giving him. I had never heard reggae live and Tosh was the real ting.  The Philly crowd was not as interested. Tosh left the stage to a roar of STONES! In the lull... Continue Reading →

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