Category Archives: music of the 1960’s
Reading this. I knew it had to be shared. “On July 17, 1967, after seven concert dates, Jimi Hendrix quit as the opening act for The Monkees following a concert at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY”. While Michael, Davey, … Continue reading
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
In less than 12 hours, I read a blog post about Johnny Cash and came across a quotable quote. A coincidence? Maybe? Check out Jim’s “Borden’s Blather” for the blog post (it’s very interesting). And here is the quote: “Trust … Continue reading
I was toying with saving this for a Throwback Thursday post but decided to drop it in today. Who recalls the name Doug Clark? For those that do, what is the next thought that comes to mind? Doug Clark and … Continue reading
Below is the list of the top 100 songs of 1969. I was 9 years old and I recognize almost all of these. To pick one, I decided on Creedence Clearwater Revival, playing live on the Andy Williams Show. 50 … Continue reading
“Without music to decorate it, time is just a bunch of boring production deadlines or dates by which bills must be paid”. Frank Zappa 1940 ~1993 The trick here for me is to find a Zappa song that passes … Continue reading
I stumbled on this incredible cover of my favorite S&G song, first released just after my 9th birthday.