Archive for the 'The Music' Category

Rumble-The Indians Who Rocked The World

Rumble-The Indians Who Rocked The World There’s a moment in this movie… They’ve gone on about Jesse Ed Davis. Showed him playing with Taj Mahal, being flown over to England to participate in the “Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus.” Hooking up with John Lennon. And I know who Jesse Ed is, or was, but […]

Trump vs. Talking Heads

Art is an attitude. Art is a viewpoint. Art is subversive. Art is a burst of creativity and energy. Punk rock eviscerated prog rock and corporate rock when those became too contemplated, when they were made for a market instead of the art itself. Your goal is to make people think. To confront them with […]

After The Gold Rush On Vinyl

It was the first record I bought in college. I’m listening to that copy now. When Crosby, Stills & Nash broke we all bought Buffalo Springfield’s “Retrospective,” we all wanted more. And when “Deja Vu” was released some of us bought “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere,” but at the time you did not hear “Cinnamon […]

EAT B-Sharp Turntable

The last time I bought a turntable was this weekend. Forty one years ago. My parents told me I could buy the stereo of my dreams as a college graduation present, but having the traveling gene I declined, until I ended up in Los Angeles going to law school and took them up on their […]