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reviewed Otis Redding. March 11, 2011
Otis Redding
Otis Redding is the most underrated live performer. If you want to see the best performance ever by a rock star then check out Redding's appearance at the Monterey Pop festival. Backed up by Booker T …
reviewed She & Him. June 26, 2010
She & Him
   She & Him is a remarkable duo featuring the vocals and keyboards of Zooey Deschanel and the talented multi-instrumentalist M. Ward.  Zooey's sweet melancholy vocals are balanced …
reviewed Malcolm McLaren. May 12, 2010
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Malcolm McLaren
The world lost a very unique individual on April 8, 2010.  Malcolm McLaren, the self promoting music manager/ performer/ designer lost his fight with cancer but has left a legacy in both fashion …
reviewed Teddy Pendergrass. January 14, 2010
Teddy Pendergrass
Teddy Pendergrass, the powerful voiced R &B and soul singer of classic hits such as "If You Don't Know Me By Now" (with Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes) and "Close the Door", …
reviewed Big Audio Dynamite. December 28, 2009
Big Audio Dynamite
Mick Jones was sacked from The Clash after the US festival in 1983 due to his snooty behavior, heavy cocaine use and not following the ideals of the band (ie wanting to play around with hip-hop and dance …
reviewed Carbon/Silicon. December 26, 2009
Carbon/Silicon is the new band that consists of the punk duo of Mick Jones and Tony James.  The two former members of the UK Punk Class of 1976 have continued the DIY mantra of music by recording …
reviewed The Velvet Underground. October 07, 2009
Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground was a band that was founded by Lou Reed ( a former studio musician and songwriter) John Cale (a Welsh music student), Sterling Morrison and Angus Maclise.  The band performed …
reviewed Fear (band). May 22, 2009
Fear (band)
Fear is fronted by sometime actor Lee Ving.  Formed during the late 70's, Fear is one of the first punk bands to regularly perform in California.  Ving's right-wing lyrics my seem to be tounge-in-cheek …
reviewed Squeeze. May 07, 2009
Squeeze album cover
Doug Yule, Sterling Morrison, Maureen Tucker and the newly recruited bassist  Walter Powers continued to tour as The Velvet Underground when Lou Reed quit the band.  Yule played lead guitar …
reviewed Phantasm. May 02, 2009
Phantasm is one of the classic horror films that came out during the genre's rebirth during the late 70's. Fueled by the success of Halloween, Don Coscerelli created his own low budget horror with similar …
reviewed The Sex Pistols. May 01, 2009
The Sex Pistols
The Sex Pistols are a band that was one of the most popular bands from the Class of 1976 and the only one to continue to play with it's original line up.  Malcolm McLaren brought together the band …
reviewed The Clash. May 01, 2009
The first Clash line up
The Clash was a English punk band that was brought together by Bernie Rhodes.  His good friend Malcolm McLaren was bringing together the Sex Pistols so Bernie tried to one up him by forming apunk …
reviewed The Clash. April 30, 2009
The first Clash line up
The Clash's debut album is a raw and fast.  CBS Records wanted their album to be quickly released so it could capitalize on the growing punk rock scene in England.    After briefly going …
reviewed The Damned. April 23, 2009
The Damned
The Damned was part of the "Class of 1976" during the UK Punk movement that spawned The Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Buzzcocks.  Whilst the other bands have reformed and regrouped over the years, …
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