It's Ron Wood's Birthday today, which gives me a good excuse to post this amazing footage from 1974 featuring Wood, Keith Richards, Willi Weeks, Ian Mclagan, andy Newmark, and Rod Stewart. Rock. And. Roll.
Late Night Music Club
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Can anyone tell me about this song/group? I dig the sweet, drippy seventies pop but can't seem to find anything on the internets about them. I'm sure some of you are much better sleuths than I am, so maybe y'all can find something.
Tonight, we kick off the 'Seven Days Of Halloween', an LNMC celebration of my favorite holiday. Every night from now until the 31st, I will post my favorite creepy/dark/wacky/heavy selections that always get me in the mood for the darkest of nights. Here's one from Alice Cooper featuring the always creepy Vincent Price. Boo!
Let's kick this week in the teeth!
I've been listening to this song a whole lot lately and I find the critique of the music business on 1970's Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneyground, Part One to be pretty spot on, even 40 years later.
I'm headed to the mountains this weekend, so the honorable Max Bernstein will be back at the helm here for a few days. Have a great holiday!
It's Wednesday, and I'm back in town and ready to rock. This song should suffice. If y'all haven't seen the documentary New York Doll- following bassist Arthur Kane's conversion to Mormonism and battle with cancer in the midst of a Dolls' reunion- I highly recommend it. Thanks to Howie, Max, and the gang for helping out while I was gone.
And if you're in the mood for some classical music, our sister site Newstalgia has for its mid-week concert Orquesta Ciudad de Granada....Music By Arriaga, Schumann and Beethoven
PS. Our sister site Newstalgia has for its weekend concert offering Parliament-Funkadelic Live In Washington - 1978.
I really needed some Bill Withers today. This is about as perfect as it gets.