Category Archives: Music of the 1960″s
#TBT, Add Me To The List
Tuesday morning, I woke up to my morning reading list of newspapers (3) and blogs (4) that I never fail to read online. It didn’t take too long to learn that singer/songwriter Gordon Lightfoot had died at the age of … Continue reading
Post #1,500, On Music
Welcome to the 1,500th post on this blog. Not surprisingly, it is about music. Is there a time of the year when music is more important than during the Christmas Holidays? I picked the piece below as it reminds me … Continue reading
Sunday Pipes #54
A variation on a theme. The theme is In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida and Dr. Carol Williams takes us on a psychodelic interpretation of the original song, released in 1968 by the band, Iron Butterfly, And, for those of you who haven’t heard this … Continue reading
Mott The Who?
One of the English bands that made a fairly big splash on this side of the pond was Mott The Hoople. Lead by the always sunglass wearing Ian Hunter, Mott was one of the first bands we would refer to … Continue reading
Where Does The Time Go?
While skimming this morning’s paper, I perused the “Today in History” column, I saw that Louis Armstrong died on July 6, 1971. If someone had stopped me on the street and asked what year “Satchmo” died, I would have guessed … Continue reading
I stumbled on this incredible cover of my favorite S&G song, first released just after my 9th birthday.