Adrian Belew’s reflections on touring again with a pair of King Crimson bandmates led to some interesting comments on the future of that long-standing Robert Fripp-led amalgamRead more ›
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Frontman Roger Daltrey was noncommittal about another reunion tour for the Who, saying “it all depends on whether it feels right.”Read more ›
Originally released as Humanary Stew: A Tribute to Alice Cooper on Deadline Records in 1998, this collection of covers has recently gotten a repackaging from Cleopatra Records with a few extra tunesRead more ›
OK, I didn’t really ‘forget’ it. It’s just that the attached memories were so intense and bittersweet that, at the time, I didn’t have the strength to revisit them.Read more ›
After reading Rolling Stone magazine’s list of Top 100 guitarists, I felt the need to chime in.Read more ›
by Mark Saleski Back in the 1970s, there were a handful of records you just couldn’t get away from. They were everywhere: on the radio, in your car’s 8-track player, on your best friend’s stereo.Read more ›
by Mark Saleski This album documents The Who at their most ferocious. Roger is in great voice. Moon is a dynamo on the drums, his kit sounding like it might fly apart at any second. Entwistle’s bass, as always, is far more than an anchor. And then there’s Pete Townshend — Live at Leeds is a showcase of Townshend building [...]Read more ›