Monday, October 13, 2014

Slipknot - The Devil In I [OFFICIAL VIDEO] / Psychosocial [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Here's the new single from Slipknot. A guy that I work with is really into this shit, but I'm not convinced yet. This song embraces every dysfunctional, demonic and satanic cliche that has made heavy rock, over the past 20 plus years, into a truly depressing listening experience. Embrace satin and enjoy the madness.............



And here's another spiritually crushing demon classic called Psychosocial from the All Hope Is Gone album............

Blue Jays - Who Are You Now / I Dreamed Last Night

Some lost classics from John Lodge and Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues circa 1977. This is some stunningly beautiful music! Enjoy..............







Sunday, October 5, 2014

Loreena McKennitt - Never Ending Road / Annachie Gordon / Penelope's Song / The Bonny Swans / The Highwayman

Here's more great stuff from Loreena McKennitt! Enjoy..........



















Loreena McKennitt - The Lady Of Shalott

I love it! I love it! I love it! This song is so beautiful! Just posting from multiple sources to make damned sure that this masterpiece actually sticks.... Enjoy.............











Edison Lighthouse - Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)



Phil Ochs - I Ain't Marching Anymore

Phil Ochs was one of the very best songwriters of the 1960's. This is, by far, his most famous song - but not necessarily his best song. I'll be covering the music of Phil Ochs in great detail in the coming weeks............





Country Joe McDonald & The Fish - The "Fish" Cheer / I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die-Rag



Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth 1967

Barry McGuire - Eve of Destruction







The Sunshine Company - Back On The Street Again / A Year of Janie Time



I've never heard the song shown below until now, but it is a nice find so I thought that I'd share it with you....

Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey / And It Stoned Me / Come Running / Crazy Love / Into The Mystic

Tupelo Honey is one of the best songs Van Morrison ever recorded and Moondance is probably his best album. Songs #2-#5 are from Moondance. Enjoy!









The Box Tops - Cry Like a Baby / The Letter



Shocking Blue - Venus

Scott MacKenzie - San Francisco 1967

New Riders of the Purple Sage - Sunday Susie / Dead Flowers / Hello Mary Lou / Kick in the Head / Truck Drivin' Man









Linda Ronstadt - Poor Poor Pitiful Me / Different Drum / Long Long Time / Tumbling Dice / Tracks Of My Tears











Melissa Etheridge - A Little Bit of Me

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Bruce Springsteen - The Promised Land (Live In Phoenix '78) / Prove It All Night (Live In Phoenix '78) / Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (Live In Phoenix '78) / Streets of Fire (Pro-Shot - Houston 78' Bootleg House Cut) / Adam Raised A Cain ( Live At The Roxy Theatre 7-7-1978)

Here's five more blowout live performances by Bruce! Enjoy!













Bruce Springsteen - Badlands (Live In Phoenix '78) / Badlands, June 9,1978 / Greatest Hits

Two amazing live performances of Badlands by the Boss - followed by his greatest hits album! Enjoy!









Saga - Wind Him Up / On The Loose



The Fixx - Stand Or Fall / Red Skies (Original 1982 Version)





Rod Stewart - Downtown Train - 1985 - Official Video

Rod Stewart - Hot Legs / The First Cut Is The Deepest / Tonight's The Night [Gonna Be Alright] / You Wear It Well / Gasoline Alley













Rod Stewart - Rhythm Of My Heart / Broken Arrow









Fess Parker - The Ballad Of Davy Crockett / Farewell



Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Hawkwind - BBC Documentary

This is as crazy and heady as rock music will ever get! No sellout here........




Tommy James - Tighter Tighter / Me, The Mob, & The Music

Tommy James & The Shondells were one of my favorite bands when I was growing up back in the late 1960's. I'll be covering their music in great detail during the coming months. Nevertheless, now I find out that a bunch of homicidal wise guys were actually producing the innocent bubblegum music that I was grooving on as a teenybopper..........








Frank Zappa And Gene Simmons And Others Explain Why MTV And The Grunge Culture Destroyed Today's Music Business

I always thought that the music industry was getting a bit cheesy when MTV started dominating the popular culture, but everybody that I knew thought that the MTV glamor and glitz was just so super cool. It broke my heart to see Yes and Genesis being railroaded by their record companies during the early 1980's and selling out for a cheep buck. Emerson Lake & Palmer actually broke up in 1979 over this shit? I could see that less artistic freedom had become the norm, and I wasn't buying into any of it! Hind sight is 20/20. MTV was the beginning of the end for the rock music industry.....