It's been out for awhile on CD and in digital format, but for you purists out there, the time is nigh for you to be able to purchase Jeff Beck's latest live album - cleverly entitled Live + - on vinyl.
Recorded at various venues during the course of 2014, Jeff Beck's Live + features 14 concert performances including tracks from throughout his career, including “Morning Dew” (Truth), “Superstition” (Beck, Bogert, Appice), and “Big Block” (Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop), along with covers ranging from “A Day in the Life” and “Little Wing” to “Danny Boy” and “A Change is Gonna Come.”
On Saturday, January 19, 2013 at the WinStar Casino in Thackerville, OK, you could see The Marvelettes, Cornell Gunter’s Coasters, and then The Drifters starring Bobby Hendricks performing their hits live. The Drifters played 6 tracks that night - listen to them in our updated playlist.
It had to happen eventually: one of the Sex Pistols has hit the big 6-0.
Yes, Steve Jones, the axe man whose guitar work graces the classic album Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols - and, lest we forget, the gentleman who brought us Jonesy's Jukebox - turns 60 years old today. Why, it's enough to make an old punk cry, it is...
Ok, it’s the year 2000...rolling blackouts, mad cow disease, Dubya, Survivor. I know, ‘awesome’ right? Well, here’s something listen to whilst you ponder the greener pastures of our collective memory. Viva la musica!
43 years ago today, a song went to #1 on the UK Singles chart that went on to be performed on an episode of The Facts of Life with Blair, Jo, Natalie, and Tootie contributing back-up vocals, and…hang on, what?!?
We're very sorry: someone in the research department didn't check their facts (and very, very clearly didn't actually listen to the song in question) because they've mistaken the 1985 Debarge single “You Wear It Well” for Rod Stewart's “You Wear It Well.” As far as we know, Stewart's single was not featured in an episode of The Facts of Life, although it can be heard playing in the camp-tastic 1978 Joan Collins film The Stud, an achievement which in some circles is viewed as a status symbol of inestimable value.