Thursday, August 31, 2017

1974, Spec, M-L-D-T, The Blackbyrds, The Grapevine

(Maxine, LaVerne, Diane & Tina Willis)

Pg 18 - 19

The Blackbyrds
Pg 58

The Grapevine
(The Osmonds, Pete Townshend, Elton John,
David Cassidy, Al Pacino, and more)

Pg 46 - 47

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

1973, Rolling Stone, Beck, Bogert and Appice

Performance review of
Jeff Beck w/ ex-Vanilla Fudge and Cactus
members Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice.

Pg 16

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

1991, Junkyard - Sixes, Sevens & Nines, cassette

This Cassette Tuesday we go back to a previous
band I spoke about back on January 12, 2016
Junkyard 1989 debut release self-titled.
Today is their sophomore release
"Sixes, Sevens & Nines" from 1991.

This second release "Sixes, Sevens & Nines" from Junkyard is just as good
as the debut release. I think it's very close in style.
First track hits you right away w/ "Back On The Streets"
a favorite of mine. The sticker on the cassette
case lists "All the Time In The World",
"Misery Loves Company" and "Slipping' Away"
all excellent tunes. Steve Earle appears
on the latter track. I bought this cassette w/ a hole
punched on the back of the UPC symbol so I got
it less than cost. I love this tape so much I later
purchased the CD of Junkyard's first 2 albums.

Cassette case w/ singles feature
on the sticker

1991, Junkyard "Sixes, Sevens & Nines", cassette


Cover unfolded

Inside Cover unfolded

Side 1

Side 2

"Back On The Streets"

Sunday, August 27, 2017

2003, Metal Edge, Def Leppard photo, Playback review

Def Leppard
full page photo
Pg 110

(review Audioslave, Tribe Of Judah,
Foo Fighters, Project 86)

Pg 126

Thursday, August 24, 2017

1974, Spec, 50's Flashback

50's Flashback
(Bill Hayley, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and more)
Pg 50 - 52

Pg 51

Pg 50, 52

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

1989, Melissa Etheridge - Brave And Crazy, cassette

Cassette Tuesday introduces American singer-songwriter
Melissa Etheridge "Brave And Crazy", 1989, cassette.

This was Melissa's second album and was the one
that caught my attention on VH1. Listening to Melissa you can't help
but think of Janis Joplin a bit and her influence as well as a fan
of Bruce Springsteen. I liked quite a few of the songs from 
"Brave And Crazy" recordings. The singles released 
were "No Souvenirs", "The Angels", and "Let Me Go".
I did buy a few more of her recordings after this release.

1989, Melissa Etheridge "Brave And Crazy" cassette.

(found this in the used bin note hole on spine)

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Side A

Side B

"No Souvenirs"