I just found a great web resource called Rockin’ Country Style. It seems to be very well done, and simple to navigate. It’s all about the content. The guy who put this thing together is obviously a music freak; just take a look at his Criteria for Inclusion. If you need a rockabilly discography, this … Continue reading Rockin’ Country Style
News flash from www.wilcoworld.net: First News of the New Album; lineup change The next Wilco record is currently scheduled for release on July 10. The working title is “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot” and it will be on Reprise Records. The band will begin mixing the 20 or so recorded songs in April at which point they’ll … Continue reading News flash from www.wilcoworld.net
When it was over, Jeff turned to Jolie and asked her how long that song had lasted. Jolie said about four and a half minutes. I was shocked. I would have set down my beer and put my hand on the Bible and sworn that Quasar Wut Wut had just played a twenty-five minute extended … Continue reading Quasar Wut Wut Breaks My Heart
I love the Lucksmiths and you should too. I’m not sure if I can explain it because I don’t really like a lot of pretty sounding stuff. I used to. I used to be all into British pop and Paul was even my favorite Beatle at one time. But not anymore. Now I like dirty, … Continue reading I love the Lucksmiths
I found a very cool, long article on NWA. Check it out. It was commissioned by Playboy in 1991 but never published. Remember the state of hip hop — and specifically the NWA offshoots — in 1991? Ten year ago, homies…
And here is one more review by Lester Bangs. This one is a double review of a couple jazz albums. It originally appeared in the August 5, 1971 issue of Rolling $tone, and hasn’t been published since…
Jolie was hoping that Elton John and Eminem would do “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.” God, I wish! Check out what Phil’s roommate Moby had to say. Interesting point about extending boundaries, no?
Here is the latest installment in the series of reviews by Lester Bangs that have remained unpublished since their original magazine appearance. This one is also from the August 9, 1969 issue of Rolling Stone. This time it’s a Chuck Berry review.
As I mentioned yesterday, here is the first in a series of otherwise unpublished reviews by Lester Bangs. This one is from the August 9, 1969 issue of Rolling Stone, the one with Brian Jones (who just died) on the cover. The band is Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys (who?), and Bangs gives … Continue reading Lester Bangs’ Cat Mother
My man Jeff recently entrusted me with a stack of old Rolling Stone magazines from 1969 to 1977. Most of these contain otherwise unpublished reviews by the likes of Lester Bangs, Greil Marcus, Richard Meltzer, and Peter Guralnick. FYI, none of the stuff Lester Bangs wrote for Rolling Stone appears in his book of collected … Continue reading Coming soon: Lester Bangs