Neil Young’s memoir was released in June this year and along with Pete Townshend and Keith Richards, the queue on my shelf of iconic musicians books is getting long next to the fiction. Only Bob Dylan made me stop everything and read his book the day it came out. I thought that I should at least […]
Just in case you missed this, this is from Yeah Yeah Yeahs 2004 debut album Fever To Tell: Photo:Pieter V
A track from the great new album by Steven Wilson, The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories) with an absolutely cracking guitar solo.
This week we have been staying in friend Martin Rössel’s recording studio apartment whilst he has been away in Paris. This is what was on the turntable or digital device: Nico – Chelsea Girl – 1967 Nico – Desert Shore – 1970 The Stooges – 1st – 1969 The Stooges – Fun House – […]
An afternoon at Amoeba records is certainly time well spent and spending is unavoidable in a store with such a range of records. This is one of the record stores that I have frequented on my travels and where I have dug deep into the racks and found records and music books for the archive. […]
On 30th September 1967 Radio 1 was launched in the UK as a vehicle for 16-24 year olds to enjoy the burgeoning pop scene of the day. Here are the details of what was played: Date; Saturday 30.09.67 Time; 07:00 – 08:30 Programme; Daily Disc Delivery Producer; Johnny Beerling Presenter; Tony Blackburn. Transmission; Radio 1 […]