The many lives of the enthralling and enigmatic Amanda Lear

She rose to prominence as a fashion icon in the 1960s and served as muse to some of modern history’s most iconic figures, including Salvador Dali, David Bowie, and the Rolling Stones, but her origins remain one of Pop Culture’s most fascinating enigmas

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Keep On Shinning A Guide Through the music of Love & Arthur Lee: An extraordinary and exclusive look at one of the most influential rock bands of all time

In over 500 pages, author William E. Spevack covers everything there is to know about Arthur Lee and Love’s music, tracking down even the most obscure songs and shows from the 1960s to recent releases.

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Revisiting Blue Cheer “Vincebus Eruptum” 

It’s a common a place for music fans to consider 1970 “Black Sabbath” the first Metal album but San Francisco band Blue Cheer were the first ones to change the game when they released their influential album “Vincebus Eruptum” on this day in 1968

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Revisiting Miles Davis “Sketches Of Spain”, 1960

One of Miles Davis masterpieces, “Sketches Of Spain” it’s more than just a Jazz album, it’s an enjoyment to the ears and senses and an impressive accomplishment on transforming traditional Spanish Flamenco Guitar music

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David Bowie: The Essential Discography

One of Rock and music biggest legends, David Bowie left us a deeply rich and eclectic legacy. We picked some of his best records on this list

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Why “Blackstar” must not be remembered as David Bowie’s goodbye album

With “Blackstar” Bowie achieved to recap his whole career, it’s an ensemble of every music style he ever tried, there is a little something from every phase, but, again, it’s not a copy, that’s the perfection of it, it’s an evolution

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The flawless and timeless debut album of The Doors

“The Doors” was released on January 4th, 1967 and remains a timeless and fresh Rock album, featuring classics such as “Break On Through (To the Other Side)” , “Light My Fire” or “The End”, this was one of the breakthrough albums of 1967 and one that embodies The Doors signature sound the most. We revisit one of the most flawless debut Rock albums of all time

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The musical and lyrical perfection of “Songs Of Leonard Cohen”

The debut album by Leonard Cohen was released on this day in 1967, besides containing many of Cohen’s most beloved and oft-covered songs, it’s musical and lyrical perfection

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The Last Christmas Of George Michael

One of the biggest music stars and icons of the last four decades, George Michael left us on Christmas day five years ago. We look back at his life and career and remember his strong legacy as an artist and human being.

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Stanley Kubrick’s Dystopian Future Masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange” premiered on this day in 1971

Based on Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel of the same name, Stanley Kubrick’s dystopian future masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange” premiered for the first time on December 19th, 1971 in New York City, we look back at one of the greatest movies ever made, that has and keeps playing a very important role on Pop Culture throughout the years

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A Punk Rock Dismissal: “London Calling”

Like most musical trends and waves, Punk Rock was short lived comparatively to other musical styles, and short lived in the sense that by 1979 all the original Punk bands decided to put an end to it, being by disbanding, mellowing down or to fusion into other styles such as Ska

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A Banquet After The Trip: Revisiting the 1968 Rolling Stones “Beggars Banquet”

The “Beggars Banquet” LP it’s part of what people usually call “The Rolling Stones Golden Period”, that saw the releases of sequential stunning and influential albums by the band, this was also the last album featuring Brian Jones as an active member of the band. Released on December 6th, 1968, we revisit this enormous Rock classic

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This is “Thriller” Michael Jackson’s Groundbreaking Album

Back in 1982 Michael Jackson wasn’t quite yet the biggest Pop star in the world, but with “Thriller” that would change in just a few months when on November 30th his masterpiece “Thriller” was release. We revisit “Thriller”, one of the most groundbreaking and influential Pop albums ever made

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Exclusive interview: Spandau Ballet’s Steve Norman looks back on the band’s history and discusses his upcoming tour commemorating the band’s debut record “Journeys to Glory.”

The co-founder and multi-instrumentalist of one of Pop music’s defining bands looks back at his and the band’s career and discusses his upcoming tour that celebrates the 40th anniversary of “Journeys To Glory”

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Journeys To Glory: revisiting the times and sounds of the Spandau Ballet’s debut album 

The Spandau Ballet’s debut album, “Journeys To Glory,” was released in 1981, at the height of the New Romantic movement, but it would be unfair to say that this is an album that belongs solely to it

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Revisiting John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s 1980 comeback album “Double Fantasy”

Released in November 1980, “Double Fantasy” was the comeback album from John Lennon and Yoko Ono after five years away from the music industry. We revisit one of the finest albums of the 1980’s and of John Lennon’s career

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The Beatles “White Album”: A collection of stunning songs by a fragmented band

On November 22nd 1968 The Beatles released their only double studio album and the first on their newly created label Apple, self titled “The Beatles”, more commonly known as “The White Album”. We revisit the 1968 classic album and the impact it had on the band’s career

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In 1985 Wham! “Make It Big” twice

In 1985 Wham! were one of the biggest pop bands (or duo) in the world and after a discreet debut with their first album “Fantastic” released in 1982, they went on to release their best selling and worldwide success “Make It Big” that included some of the 1980’s most memorable Pop music

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Tim Williams Delivers Powerful New Single “Sister Misery” From New Band Rollin’ Coffin

As the former frontman of both Bloodsimple and Vision of Disorder, Tim Williams is no stranger to the hardcore music lifestyle. On his new band’s latest single, “Sister Misery”, he gives us a snapshot into those early days and hard living

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The Poetry in “Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols”

Yes there was poetry on the Sex Pistols lyrics, “Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols” it’s not merely the biggest Punk album of all time that still serves as a mold for Punk bands and artists, it’s an album that gives you an imagery of what the organic and original Punk movement was through music and lyrics

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“The Who Onstage 1969-1971” by Stewart Hellman: an exclusive trip back to The Who’s most ferocious live period

Through hundreds of photos, Stewart takes you back with him on a personal journey, one where he traveled to attend and photograph The Who shows in the first person, between 1969 and 1971. The books is a valuable personal archive containing hundreds of photographs of some of the legendary band’s iconic American performances, as well as the author and photographer’s personal notes

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Looking back at the epic “Led Zeppelin IV”

“Led Zeppelin IV” it’s possibly Led Zeppelin’s most well known album or at least the one that most people starts off with when introduced to the band. We look back at this absolute Rock classic

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience magnus opus, “Electric Ladyland”

“Electric Ladyland” it’s a milestone in Rock music, this album it’s perfect from many point of views, and it was the last time Jimi Hendrix was able to work consistently in studio composing music

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The Life and Career Of Nico

From Berlin to Chelsea Hotel, model, actress, singer, Warhol Superstar, Rock Star lover were just some of the roles Nico lived during her short but intense life. She is best remembered as one of The Velvet Underground’s vocalists on their debut album “The Velvet Underground & Nico” but Nico’s stunning songs and solo career left an undeniable influence on modern music. We look back at her life on her 83rd birthday

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Revisiting David Bowie “”Heroes””:  A musical photograph of the cold and grey Berlin

“”Heroes”” was released on October 14th, 1977 as the second album of the “Berlin Trilogy, the album followed the same style of Rock/Electronic fusion that was made in it’s predecessor “Low”, this was a new Bowie created genre, as the RCA advertisement for the album stated: “There’s Old Wave. There’s New Wave. And There’s David Bowie”

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Revisiting the John Lennon’s debut solo album “John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band”

Recorded and released in 1970, on the aftermath of The Beatles break up, John Lennon distances himself on purpose from all the musical structure The Beatles did, the result is a brilliant masterpiece

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Revisiting John Lennon’s “Imagine”

Released in September 1971 in the U.S and on October 8th, 1971 worldwide, “Imagine” it’s definitely John Lennon’s most popular solo album, it includes some of his most enduring and famous songs such as “Imagine” and “Jealous Guy”, we revisit this enduring Rock classic

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The Led Zeppelin Folk Adventure: “Led Zeppelin III” 

“Led Zeppelin III” was a turning point on Led Zeppelin’s career. Their third album released on October 5th, 1970, unlike it’s predecessors “I” and “II”, was mostly based on acoustic and folk songs

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Singer-Songwriter Carter Beckworth Delivers New Acoustic Ballad, “Writing It Down”, From Upcoming Album

Santa Fe based musician, Carter Beckworth, has grown a lot since he started writing music at the age of 12. Becoming a husband and father has added another layer of introspection and depth to his repertoire, which is on full display in his Americana and Folk ballad, “Writing It Down”.

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Revisiting David Bowie’s influential 1980 album “Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)”

“Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)” is not often regarded as one of David Bowie’s groundbreaking album, however it is, the impact and influence it had on Alternative Rock during the 1980’s and 1990’s it’s tremendous

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Veteran Hit Songwriter, Goat, Returns with Powerful New Track, “Miracle”, to Inspire Respect for Planet Earth

New York City musician Andy Rosen, or Goat as most people know him by, has been writing and performing music for as long as he can remember. From major label success to touring all over the country, he has seen many changes in the music landscape since he started. But it’s the changing landscape of the planet that inspired his latest work and new single, “Miracle”.

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Revisiting “Abbey Road”, The Beatles Swan Song

“Abbey Road”, a very righteous goodbye from The Beatles was released on September 26th, 1969 and it was the last album they recorded together as a band

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The Strange Days Of The Doors

The Doors are to this day one of the most influential rock bands that ever existed, no doubt about it, even if you don’t like their music, but their influence spreads beyond rock music and beyond music even. In this article we’ll explore The Doors second album “Strange Days released on September 25th, 1967

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“Nevermind”: A Pop Mix Inside A Punk Test Tube

Nirvana shredded into the mainstream on September 24th, 1991 with “Nevermind”.It was all too quick and too fast for Nirvana, their impact in music was tremendous and echoes to this day

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Revisiting “In Utero”, Nirvana’s Last Testament

Released officially worldwide on September 21st, 1993, “In Utero” it’s the most corrosive of all Nirvana albums and light years away from it’s predecessor the successful 1991 “Nevermind” that brought fame to the Seattle band and put them on the lead of the Grunge movement in the early 90’s

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Looking back at Hole’s debut “Pretty On The Inside”

Hole’s debut album produced by Kim Gordon it’s one of the 90’s Alternative Rock seminal albums and gained a cult following among rock and punk music fans since it’s release on September 17th, 1991

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Revisiting “Ten”, the timeless debut of Pearl Jam turns 30

“Ten” remains for some Pearl Jam’s best, or at least, the favorite for non-fans of the Seattle band that still dispute “Ten” as a Grunge album or a FM Rock album. We look back at this Rock music landmark released on August 27, 1991

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Revisiting The Beatles 1966 “Yellow Submarine”/”Eleanor Rigby” coupled single

Both “Yellow Submarine” and “Eleanor Rigby” by The Beatles have interesting backgrounds and are absolute classics. The two songs were put together on a double A side single in 1966 that peaked to No.1

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Bon Jovi’s Finest Hour “Slippery When Wet”

To be put in perspective, Rock music in the 1980’s suffered a commercial mutation of the industry had got used to during the 60’s and 70’s, the 80’s were a decade where the flashier the better was the trend to follow, and music in general followed that rule.

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Guns N’s Roses debut “Appetite For Destruction” – A collection of outstanding and enduring Rock hits

The influential and outstanding, Guns N’s Roses debut “Appetite For Destruction” released in 1987, marked a new era for Rock music, featuring a collection of outstanding and enduring Rock hits

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July 3, 1969 – July 3, 1971: A dark circle on Rock history that begun with Brian Jones and ended with Jim Morrison

July 3 it’s one of the darkest days on the history of Rock music, during exactly two years several Rock stars died at age 27 between July 3, 1969 and July 3, 1971 beginning with the Rolling Stones’s Brian Jones and ending on The Doors’ Jim Morrison

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Rock-n-Soul Singer-Songwriter, Sophie Avidane, Releases Captivating New Album, River Child

New York City raised singer-songwriter, Sophie Avidane, introduces herself with her soulful spirit, rock‘n’roll heart, and an eclectic infatuation with creating new music. Her smokey vocals and smooth arrangements combine to form one of the year’s most compelling EP releases, River Child.

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Revisiting George Michael’s “Listen Without Prejudice Vol.1”

The second George Michael’s solo album “Listen Without Prejudice Vol.1”, released on September 3rd 1990, didn’t achieved the same success as it’s predecessor “Faith” from 1987, but it’s among one of his finest albums

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Revisiting George Michael’s 1987 masterpiece “Faith”

George Michael’s solo debut “Faith”, released on October 30th, 1987, it’s the album that established him as an acclaimed solo entity and separated him drastically from the Wham! bubblegum 80’s pop

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“The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars”: David Bowie’s breakthrough masterpiece

Released on June 16, 1972, “The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars” gave birth to one of Rock’s most enduring characters, Ziggy Stardust, David Bowie’s most famous creation. We revisit the story of Ziggy Stardust and the songs of this timeless album

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Revisiting the heavier than heaven debut Nirvana album “Bleach”

Proudly recorded by $606.17, “Bleach” it’s perhaps the only legitimate Grunge album Nirvana did. Released on June 15, 1989 on Sub Pop, the record features a selection of Grunge songs that approaches the style used by some of their Seattle peers, such as The Melvins, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden or TAD, a slow, sludgy and heavy Grunge Rock with influences of Punk and 70’s Heavy Metal blend in together. We look back at this now historical Rock album

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The Doors Studio Albums With Jim Morrison Rated And Reviewed 

Pop Expresso rated, reviewed and tell you some of the back story behind all the six Doors studio albums made with Jim Morrison between 1967 and 1971

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Symphonic Metal Act, Anaria, Release Haunting Remake of Heart’s Classic “Alone”

“Back in February, we had the idea to do a cover and decided to pitch it to our fans to decide,” says lead singer, Jessica Mercy. “It was such a pleasure for all of us to reimagine this classic tune as a cinematic hard rock piece.”

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Washington D.C. Electronic Artist, Zaeus, Reimagines Classic Song “House of the Rising Sun”

Once described as the first folk rock hit, “House of the Rising Sun” returns with a new sound brought by DC Based electronic artist, Zaeus. Self described as ‘Electroanalogue’, Zaeus takes the classic song to the downtempo vibes of chillout music, while maintaining select folk elements that made it a #1 song in the US, France and the UK

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“Stronger Than Dirt. Ridin’ Jim Morrison’s HWY Until The End” by Fred Baggen, a new, fresh and updated recollection and guide to Jim Morrison and The Doors fans

“Stronger Than Dirt. Ridin’ Jim Morrison’s HWY Until The End” by Fred Baggen offers personal insights all put together through a dedicated fan perspective as well as from people that were close to The Lizard King, including detailed valuable guides to their music, both official and bootleg releases, as well as to the Paris of Jim Morrison.

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An exclusive Pop Expresso interview with Charlie Hart

Charlie Hart, original member of Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance and collaborator of Eric Clapton, Ian Dury and Pete Brown talks with Pop Expresso about the new Slim Chance album “The Phoenix Tapes” and shares his view on the future of this legendary all-star band

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“The Phoenix Tapes”, a new vibrant and solid collection of songs by Slim Chance, the Ronnie Lane’s original passion project

Every now and then, music fans are presented with excellent albums with what become timeless songs, and this is the case of the Slim Chance new album, “The Phoenix Tapes”, a journey through diverse music genres, styles and sounds that perfectly fit into each other thanks to the band talent and creativity.

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The Baroque Pop of David Bowie’s 1967 debut album

Hated by many, the David Bowie self-titled debut it’s essentially a baroque-pop album with hints of Psychedelic and Vaudeville Music Hall and a selection of songs that are notable for a 20-year-old composer

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Revisiting the Bob Dylan 1963 modern Folk masterpiece “The Freewheelin’”

Bob Dylan’s 1963 “The Freewheelin’” secured him an unstoppable cult following, but more than that, it also defined him as “Spokesman of a Generation”. We revisit this influential album released on May 27, 1963

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The Beatles “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band”: A Splendid Time Is Guaranteed For All

It’s 2021, and The Beatles masterpiece “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” turns 54. It’s no longer 20 years ago today but 51, and in an ocean of reviews and articles, this is just another one to celebrate the existence of one of the most acclaimed and influential albums of all times, not just in Rock or Pop, but in the whole Pop Culture imaginary

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David Bowie’s “Diamond Dogs”: A darker look into a future legend

Originally composed for a musical based on the George Orwell’s book “1984”, “Diamond Dogs”, was released on May 24, 1974, it remains one of David Bowie’s darkest and most influential albums. We revisit this absolute classic

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Revisiting The Who’s timeless masterpiece “Tommy”, a perfect example of Rock music as an art form

The Opera-Rock tale of the deaf, dumb and blind boy, mostly composed by Pete Townshend, remains one of the perfect examples of Rock music as an art form. We revisit this influential masterpiece released on May 23, 1969

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An interview with former Yell! singer Daniel James

After a hiatus of several years, Daniel James has returned to music with the new self-penned single “Set Your Spirit Free”, a positive message inspired by coming out of the lockdown. In this exclusive interview, James recalls some of his memories as a Pop music star in the 1980’s, working with Mike Stock and Matt Aitken, of the iconic team Stock, Aitken and Waterman, being signed to Fanfare records through Simon Cowell, meeting and working with legendary music publisher Dick Leary and even some curiosity stories about how George Michael’s late sister Melanie once dyed his hair blond. He also candidly talks about music and acting and his views on today’s music industry.

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Ex-Yell! singer & Simon Cowell protegee Daniel James releases new single “Set Your Spirit Free”

Ex-Yell! vocalist and actor Daniel James is back with a self-penned single ‘Set Your Spirit Free’, a song filled with emotions about coming out of lockdown that sends a message of hope that come June 21st we will be free to live fully again.

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Have you ever been experienced? Revisiting the 1967 debut and seminal The Jimi Hendrix Experience album “Are You Experienced?”

A timeless and influential Rock album that hasn’t aged a second since it’s original release The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s “Are You Experienced?” came out on May 12, 1967, a golden year for music. We revisit Hendrix’s strong LP debut

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The French Yé-Yé icon Jacques Dutronc turns 78 today

Due to his sense of fashion, his looks, style and original music compositions, Jacques Dutronc quickly became an Icon, filling pages of the French magazine “Salut Les Copains” with stylish photographs

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Revisiting “Sticky Fingers”, one of the Rolling Stones absolute masterpieces

One of Rock’s greatest and unbeatable albums, “Sticky Fingers” marks the beginning of a new era to the Rolling Stones, without Brian Jones

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Iggy Pop: The 9 Lives Of The Iguana

Iggy Pop is a survivor, a warrior of Rock music that we must be grateful for still being able to witness on his ongoing legendary career. Today he turns 74 and we look back at his life and career

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Revisiting the 1993 Aerosmith’s hit album “Get A Grip”, a timeless record

In 1993 Aerosmith released one of the greatest albums of their career, “Get A Grip”. Featuring a string of hit singles and music videos that blend the band’s Hard Rock sound together with Pop sensibilities and Alternative Rock, making them fit to belong to the 1990’s Rock scene. We revisit this timeless Rock classic by Aerosmith

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Revisiting The Rolling Stones 1964 debut album, that marked the beginning of their amazing journey

In 1964 the Rolling Stones began their amazing journey with their debut album “The Rolling Stones”. Essentially a Blues and Rock N’ Roll covers LP, the album also included some of the first compositions by the Stones and Jagger/Richards. We revisit this essential classic Rock album released on this day 57 years ago

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Serge Gainsbourg: A Life Dedicated to Music, Poetry, Art, Women and Controversy

Serge Gainsbourg was born on April 2, 1928, 93 years ago. He lived a lifetime dedicated to life’s best things, with high dosages of scandal and controversy mixed along with his unique genius for writing poetry and music. We look back at the life and career of this French icon.

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Revisiting KISS masterpiece “Destroyer”

Released on this day in 1976, “Destroyer” it’s much more than just another KISS album. It’s perhaps their defining record that includes some of their best songs produced by Bob Ezrin. We look back at this absolute Rock classic

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Revisiting “The Velvet Underground & Nico”, a timeless music gem

Revisiting one of the most visionary and influential albums of all time, the 1967 “The Velvet Underground & Nico”, first released on March 12th, 1967

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The Simple Radicals & Che-val Release Intoxicating Version of Jefferson Airplane’s Iconic Song “White Rabbit”

Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” is arguably one of the most iconic and recognizable songs in rock history, even landing on Rolling Stone’s Top 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Now, amidst the backdrop of a global pandemic, a renewed interest in psychedelic culture and social activism, The Simple Radicals and Che-val have teamed up to release their version of the timeless classic.

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The Rolling Stones Studio albums 1964-1974

A look back at the Stones albums released during their most creative and enduring period

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“Black Sabbath”: Unleashed on Friday the 13th February, 1970

What could be more appropriate for Black Sabbath to release their self-titled debut in 1970 than a Friday the 13th? On this day, Sabbath unleashed an album that revolutionizes the 1970’s music scene and music history forever. We revisit the outstanding Black Sabbath debut

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The Doors’ Solid Rock of “Morrison Hotel”

On February 9, 1970, The Doors redefine and reinvent themselves with a solid Rock album that was a drastic departure from their previous (and failed) attempt at making orchestral music. We look back at this timeless Rock classic that even inspired the name of a famous restaurant chain

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The Raw Power in “Raw Power”: The Ultimate Proto-Punk adventure by Iggy and The Stooges

Produced by David Bowie and Iggy Pop, “Raw Power” is the ultimate definition of Proto-Punk Rock. Released on February 7, 1973, it remains a historical document of a golden age

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David Bowie’s Station To Station: The creative side effects of the cocaine

After the much successful incursion into soul music with the album “Young Americans”, Bowie explored new and experimental sounds with “Station To Station” released on January 23, 1976 with his Thin White Duke alter-ego at full steam. Though recorded in Los Angeles, the influential album can be regarded as the preparation for the then upcoming “Berlin Trilogy”

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Revisiting the classic soundtrack to “Saturday Night Fever”: Disco doesn’t necessarily need to suck

The soundtrack to the 1977 movie “Saturday Night Fever”, made people dance to the unlikely Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony”. It’s perhaps the greatest Disco album ever made, we revisit the historical record on the day that it started a 24 week run at No.1 on the U.S albums charts

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Tune in for a Pay-Per-View Performance by Steppenwolf’s John Kay on Friday, November 13

Santa Barbara’s historic Lobero Theatre is striving to grow their audience by diving into the streaming world with their Live from the Lobero Pay-Per-View Concerts. The latest concert in the series will take place on Friday, November 13 as the Lobero will host a live streamed performance by Steppenwolf’s John Kay.

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The Yardbirds and Keith Relf: Three essential Rock albums for your collection

Recently, three albums were added to The Yardbirds discography, two of them available for the first time remastered and in the best sound quality, including officially unreleased tracks.

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Live! Blueswailing July ’64: The Yardbirds Energetic Live Experience

“Live! Blueswailing July ’64” by The Yardbirds, It’s not only a live album, it’s a historical testimony of a group of talented musicians giving their best all together on stage, not merely playing music, but also creating it

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“The Yardbirds Live at the BBC Revisited”: An absolute Rock music document

With “Live at the BBC Revisited” you can follow the band’s increasingly creative and complex progression together with their successive and legendary line ups with different lead guitarists that included Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page

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(Re)discovering the timeless sounds and voice of Keith Relf

“All The Falling Angels” is a collection of songs by Keith Relf which include not only his solo singles but also several unreleased songs and demos which were recorded between 1965 and 1976. On this album you will find the true essence of of Relf’s solo career, where he experimented with folk, classical, electronic and psychedelic music, leaving behind the R&B that defined the Yardbirds early year

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More Than Britpop: “Suede”

In the early 1990’s, British bands such as Blur, Elastica, Oasis or Pulp rose to a Rock music scene then dominated by American Grunge Rock. All those bands were able to distance themselves from the Grunge trend eventually developing what would be called Britpop. Suede were one of the bands, with a rougher edge to it, sharper guitars and vocals, they released their debut self titled album “Suede” in 1993

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Revisiting The Rolling Stones Psychedelic adventure “Their Satanic Majesties Request”

“An anomaly in The Rolling Stones” discography someone once said, but  for many people it’s one of their top 10 favorite Stones albums of all time. “Their Satanic Majesties Request” was released on the 8th of December 1967

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Queen albums 1973-1991 rated

From 1973 to 1991 Queen produced a rich body of work in studio. They literally covered every music style, from Heavy Metal to Opera, from Pop to Dance. Some albums did better than others in the charts but all have left their mark in Rock music history. We rate their 14 studio albums that were completed with Freddie Mercury on this list

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Author Brent Marchant releases his new book “Third Real: Conscious creation goes back to movies”

Brent Marchant has became a well known author among movie lovers, Now with his new book “Third Real: Conscious creation goes back to movies”, he goes deeper into the subject of how movies have the power to influence our everyday life

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