Category Archives: Music

Outtake Photos Of The Doors 1967 Debut Album Cover

What The First Doors Album Cover Could Have Looked Like Almost every rock fan is familiar with The Doors 1967 eponymous debut album containing the hit songs Light My Fire, Break On Through, Soul Kitchen and The End. The album’s  … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Photography | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Fastway – Eat Dog Eat – Album Review

Fastway – Eat Dog Eat (SPV/Steamhammer) For those who wondered if Fast Eddie Clark and Fastway would ever put out another new album, the answer is, finally yes. It took more than twenty years, but Fastway, Clark’s post-Motörhead band, in … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, Music | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Ed Sullivan Show Was Not First With The Beatles

Jack Paar Featured The Beatles One Month Before Sullivan With Beatlemania nostalgia peaking this month, it is interesting to take note of something that seems to be a common misperception, that the Beatles made their prime time American TV debut … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music, Television | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Worst Vegas Lounge Act – EVER!

Jon Thor Covering (Butchering) Sweet’s Hard Rock Classic “Action” What is the worst cover song of all time? Of course that is subjective and debatable, but this may be it. If you can stay with this five minute video, it … Continue reading

Posted in Comedy, Music, Television | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Five 1970’s Rock Songs About Losing Your Virginity

Those Naughty 70’s Songs Rock lyrics tell stories. Many times those stories are about love. Often they are about sex. Rarely are they about virginity. If they are, the lyrics are cloaked in the language of teenage angst. In the … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Rock n’ Roll Deaths In April 2013

Andy Johns, Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones Right Hand Man; Storm Thorgerson, Album Cover Creator Extraordinaire; Christina Amphlett, Lead Singer Divinyls; All Die in April April has been a bad month for the world of rock ‘n roll, as death … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Obituary, Photography | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Clive Burr, Iron Maiden Drummer Dies At 56

Clive Burr – Iron Maiden’s Masterful And Highly Underrated Drummer Passes Away Clive Burr, who was Iron Maiden’s drummer from 1979-1982, died in his sleep at his home in London, England on Tuesday, March 12, 2013. He had been in … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, Music, Obituary | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

I Hear You Knockin’ But You Can’t Come In

Smiley Lewis And Early Rock n’ Roll There are controversies over what song marks the birth of rock’ roll. Rather than engage in a protracted debate or discussion, I thought it would be good to just take a look at … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Classic Hollywood #15

Mad Men, Murder And The Duke – 1967 Before Robert Morse became known to a generation of television viewers as Mad Men agency head Bertram Cooper, he had a distinguished stage and movie career. The Loved One (1965) a disturbing … Continue reading

Posted in Classic Hollywood, Movies, Music, New York, Photography, Television | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

12 Great Heavy Metal Albums From The 80’s That Are Under The Radar (Part 2)

Great Metal Albums from the 1980’s That Have Been Forgotten Continuing our article from Part 1 of twelve metal albums from the 1980’s you should check out: 1986 – Metal Church – The Dark (Elektra) Metal Church put out great … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments