Well, well, well. The Board is finally seeing some action. First of all, RmpIV makes a case for contemporary soul music. What do you think of modern soul? Next, Scott C buys a used jacket and is overwhelmed by the memories that came along with it. If you haven’t checked out the Board yet, do … Continue reading The Board
Bob Dylan looked exactly like Vincent Price on the Oscars last night.
Check out this letter to the editor from the July 6, 1972 issue of Rolling Stone: I can’t help but notice that nearly every time you mention Detroit, it’s some sort of put-down. I wish you wouldn’t pass judgment on an entire city. Not everyone around here holds John Sinclair as his savior, or spends … Continue reading Smartass Motor City Punks
Wilco Sighting… By now we’ve all seen Apple’s new ad for their CD-RW-enabled iMac. “Rip. Mix. Burn.” But there’s an extended version of that ad on their website that features our very own Jeff Tweedy. How you like me now? Pretty good? The extended version also features Iggy Pop and Aimee Mann.
According to Karl’s Korner, the new Weezer album will be released May 15, with the single “Hash Pipe” coming out in April. I can’t imagine MTV with all their censorship playing a song with that title. Well, at least we’re going to have one more Weezer album…
Just added another Lester Bangs review to the Features page. This time it’s of the Jefferson Airplane album, Bark from the November 11, 1971 issue of the Stone (which happens to also contain the first installment of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by “Raoul Duke”). The next one will be a review of Black … Continue reading Lester Bangs reviews Bark
What did I expect? I had been waiting to see Weezer in concert for eight years. They’re one of my favorite bands. I think Pinkerton might be the best album of the nineties. Seriously. I didn’t get to see them on their last little tour because I had no idea it was going to sell … Continue reading Weezer at the Aragon
Silly pictures of some of the Glorious Noise crew… Here is one of Pat in March 1988 in high school. This is me, Phil and the Beatles around 1989. And this is Jeff in Ann Arbor in 1993. Enjoy. More to come…
Happy Birthday to Pat!
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