Archive for July 12th, 2013

Bruce Cockburn – Pacing the Cage (2013)

Bruce Cockburn, in a moment of serendipity, is beginning another tour today even as a documentary about his celebrated 2008 solo jaunt is finding its way to DVD.

‘At the end, it’s all about hope’: Julian Lennon on his new album, working with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler

‘At the end, it’s all about hope’: Julian Lennon on his new album, working with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler

For Julian Lennon, the long-waited U.S. release of his album Everything Changes has given him a chance to talk about the project’s broader themes. Of course, all anybody wants to discuss is the Steven Tyler song.

Forgotten series: Brownsville Station – Yeah! (1973)

Forgotten series: Brownsville Station – Yeah! (1973)

Formed in 1969 by Cub Koda, who later reaped the title as an honorable music historian, Brownsville Station issued a trio of albums prior to harvesting honey with this disc.

Foghat’s only instrumental “495 Boogie” transformed by fan into “The World of Rock ‘n’ Roll”

Foghat fan Phil Dessinger has won a contest to add lyrics to “495 Boogie,” the classic rock band’s first-ever instrumental. The new track, steaming here, is called “The World of Rock n’ Roll.”

One Track Mind: Brian Andres and the Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel, “Black Market” (2013)

It’s hard to deny the electricity, enthusiasm and emotion of Afro-Cuban music, and a certain drummer out of San Francisco has captured that essence in leading a band of like-minded specialists of the music form.

‘I’ve got about 150 hours in’: New short film reveals massive tattoo for Van Halen’s David Lee Roth

‘I’ve got about 150 hours in’: New short film reveals massive tattoo for Van Halen’s David Lee Roth

You could be forgiven for wondering, after absorbing the idea of David Lee Roth as Japanese hitman in his weirdly transfixing new short film, whether that giant tattoo on the Van Halen frontman’s back is real.

The Friday Morning Listen: Jackson Browne – Running On Empty (1977)

I really love the first paragraph of this article It’s happened to so many People Of A Certain Age — you wake up to Foghat’s “Slow Ride” blaring through your little clock radio, and you suddenly realize you’ve been listening to the same 100 classic rock songs

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