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This is just too cool for words!
Stumbled on an excellent article from the perspective of this young girl at the time: Let’s Dance was a rather flippant song that basically made no sense, had no political connotation, and was only meant to be danced to, and … Continue reading
Here we go! Amazon.com Widgets I’ve already got my favorite off the album! What’s yours? Amazon.com Widgets Best song on The Next Day? Public OpinionPoll Results * I’ve jumped the gun obviously. The album won’t be released in the US … Continue reading
Another new one! So far it’s been a very good couple of tunes off the new album!
Wow! Didn’t see this one coming! Happy 66th David!
This is just a hoot:
Ten years ago today The Jean Genie died. A huge part of Bowie’s life, and the inspiration for The Jean Genie, Cyrinda would go on to marry both David Johansen and Steven Tyler.
In 1966 a band called The Monkees premiered on tv. It immediately propelled the members to instant stardom:They were a clean cut bunch of basically non-musicians pretending to be rock stars. With the guaranteed publicity of a tv show, their first … Continue reading
Peter Frampton is a friend of mine. Well, on Facebook he is anyways. I asked him to be my friend for a few reasons. Partly because he’s an icon of my generation. Frampton Comes Alive! was one of the seminal … Continue reading