Let’s travel back in time to find out the history of rock music. There is no particular singer, song, band, or event with which we can associate the birth of rock music. However, we find that it started to gain popularity by the end of 1940s. During the time when jazz and R&B groups were   Read More …

Music and time were never good friends, as music is timeless and time is musicless. Or, at least, it’s debatable. Time can have its music and harmony. But when music meets time, it seems that only good things can happen! Original vintage albums and covers were used to make fully-functional and beautifully funky clocks, perfect to   Read More …

A truly interesting study:     “I’m the Greatest” (John Lennon) · Ringo Starr · 1973 “One and One Is Two” · The Strangers with Mike Shannon · 1964 “Like Dreamers Do” · The Applejacks · 1964 “Tip of My Tongue” · Tommy Quickly · 1963 “Bad to Me” · Billy J. Kramer with The   Read More …

Dion, as charming as in the old days: 1958 2004  

The new musical, “Piece of My Heart”, is based on the life and songs of legendary songwriter Bert Berns. He made fifty-one pop chart singles in seven years and became one of the most successful songwriters of the 1960s. Bert Berns was one of the great originals of the golden age of rhythm and blues. He first flourished   Read More …

Barbara (Sandy) Robison is at last featured on every song in this Peanut Butter Conspiracy release. The recordings date from 1966 through 1970. Five of them have never been previously released, two are from rare movie soundtracks, and five are hand-picked from previous PBC releases. There has always been consensus from their fans that Barbara   Read More …

My special mention goes to no 3, The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, who just released a brand new album. Sean Lennon, an avid connoisseur of far-out Sixties sounds, explored some of the era’s deepest cult releases for this playlist. “There are a hundred songs I could pick,” he says. “It’s really my favorite period in rock   Read More …

A gemstone I found on YouTube:

From an early age, Bill Medley had a passion for music. Listening to the albums of Ray Charles and Little Richard, this raw R&B influence would profoundly shape Medley’s musical future. As the pioneering “blue-eyed soul” group the Righteous Brothers, Bill Medley and late partner Bobby Hatfield sang such famous hits as “(You’re My) Soul   Read More …

Joe Barry. The name is synonymous with legendary rock and roll. And bad behavior. Few knew the tortured man behind the music who struggled with personal and professional demons, giving up on music several times to pursue careers as diverse as pimp, preacher and mercenary. He threw punches and received them, shot others and got   Read More …

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