Packed with cool pictures of musicians, vinyl, guitars and gig posters, John Blair’s ‘Southern California Surf Music 1960-1966′ is a surf rock bible.
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The complex upcoming single ‘Have a Wonderful Day” shows that the Jigsaw Seen, founded in 1988, just get better and better with age.
‘Rides Again,’ released in July 1970, found Joe Walsh and the James Gang gorging on chunky chords but also visiting other musical dimensions.
Radiating with bliss, Nino Bisignano’s “You Like Me” is proof in the pie that crooner pop will never die.
The Yardbirds’ ‘Little Games,’ released on July 24, 1967, was a bit heavy, a bit soft, and showed a whole lot of imagination – despite their looming fate.
“Where Did All the Good Times Go” finds Joe Mandica and Grace Marino rocking hard to a bluesy formula dipped in a nip of southern-fried hospitality.
Just Us’ lost “I Can’t Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree” shares a cozy kinship with the Everly Brothers, Chad and Jeremy, and Simon and Garfunkel.
Ignited by a happy and relaxed mood, the jangly pop of ‘The Better End’ by engineer Tomas Dahl – aka Caddy – beams with a fresh-faced spiritedness.
Released in July 1968, the embryonic ‘Shades of Deep Purple’ already underscored the novel and industrious path that Deep Purple would take.
Sleek, clean, and shimmering to a pure pop glow, Taylor Penrose’s “Believe” soars with feeling and finesse.