Archive for November 8th, 2012

‘Nothing’s outside the realm of possibility’: Santana mentions Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga as possible duets

‘Nothing’s outside the realm of possibility’: Santana mentions Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga as possible duets

Could Carlos Santana’s next big collaboration be with the likes of Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga? The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer says it’s all on the table — in large part because he has built a cross-generational fanbase.

On Second Thought: Led Zeppelin – Houses of the Holy (1973)

Released in the shadow of an acknowledged classic in IV, Led Zeppelin’s Houses of the Holy found the band experimenting with an entirely new palette of sounds.

Something Else! Interview: Tony Kaye, of Yes and Circa

Something Else! Interview: Tony Kaye, of Yes and Circa

Yes has been a part of Tony Kaye’s life, off and on, since the late 1960s. He was a co-founding member, and helped craft the band’s breakthrough release The Yes Album, then returned for its platinum 1980s era.

Stephen Richard – Bread ‘N Water, Vol. 2 and An Evening of Happenstance, Live In New Orleans (2012)

Stephen Richard – Bread ‘N Water, Vol. 2 and An Evening of Happenstance, Live In New Orleans (2012)

Houston has been a major center for urban jazz ever since native Houstonians the Jazz Crusaders started going electric in the late ’60s.

One Track Mind: Fates Warning, “Under The Milky Way” (2006)

This is what the internet is, or should be, all about: stumbling onto some weird thing that thrills you. Take that as you may, obviously, but as a music fiend, I’m talking about moments like right now where searching for one thing I find something else