Live version of the classic song by Judee Sill (1944-79). She was the first artist signed to David Geffen’s Asylum label and was half way through making her third album … Continue readingJudee Sill: Jesus Was a Crossmaker
The old rocker was 74 when this concert was recorded and he’s still going strong eight years later. We saw him supporting the Everly Brothers at the Circus Tavern in … Continue readingDuane Eddy: Ramrod
‘Hardest work that ever I done was ploughin’ a field of rye. Easiest work that ever I done was eatin’ chicken pie.’ From the sublime 1972 album Boomer’s Story.
This great version came out on a deluxe reissue of Full House a few years ago.
Wistful musings from the great Kevin https://am-records.com/2018/11/19/realm-of-the-coyne/ on his 1973 classic Marjory Razorblade.
Kindly recommended by reader Andy Marshall, a piece of real weirdery from 1967 written by future King Crimsoner Peter Giles. https://www.allmusic.com/artist/the-brain-mn0001367977
A beauty from the 1973 album Ooh La La. The playing and singing couldn’t be better.
Hugely trippy (as the band’s name would suggest) but you don’t need the wacky baccy to appreciate it. Try a dram from Speyside. Or two.
And lovely it is too. From 1971’s Please To See The King.
One of the most relaxing bands ever, with a great guitarist in Phil Lee. This is from their 1979 album Another Fine Tune You’ve Got Me Into.