We break format in the Deep Beatles series to discuss a George Harrison message that couldn’t be more appropriate for the season, or this time in history.
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Grab a glass of eggnog, switch on the lava lamp and tune in and turn on to the Blues Magoos and their happening holiday greetings.
Issued on Dec. 11, 1970, ‘Plastic Ono Band’ found John Lennon confronting demons, talismans and heroes – but he never rocked harder than he does here.
Got the Christmas blues, or just want some blues for Christmas? Either way, Joe Bonamassa’s got ya’ covered.
Released 35 years ago, Queen’s theme song is the best thing about a justly forgotten 1980 film called ‘Flash Gordon.’
Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, you’re still sure to appreciate both the message and melody of Bradford’s song that illuminates with classic purity.
Tautly performed and as contagious as the chicken pox, the Shadows of Knight’s “Someone Like Me” deserved a far better showing.
Pure of heart and hopelessly hummable, Rockin’ Horse’s “The Biggest Gossip In Town” is pop rock perfection.
Genesis’ “No Son of Mine,” released on Nov. 11, 1991 as part of ‘We Can’t Dance,’ couldn’t have been more different than “The Living Years.”
Released on Nov. 2, 1973, ‘Mind Games’ opened the door for John Lennon’s Lost Weekend. One song hinted at the sweet reconciliation to come.