It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll

  Today we look at The Rolling Stones’ 1974 album It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll. While they feel they were just coasting on the sucess of their previous albums, you have to admit the songs are still pretty good. I do not own any of the music, images, or videos. Please support the official releases.

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Top 10 Eric Clapton (Solo) Songs

Welcome back to another list for Top “Ten” Tuesday.  Today’s list will be about Eric Clapton, who yesterday celebrated his 75th birthday, so what better time to talk about him than today?  Eric Clapton in case you don’t know, is an English rock and blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. His career started in the early […]

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March 31, 2020

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Takin’ It to the Streets

  Last time I said I would pick an album by an artist who got inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year. I decided to go with The Doobie Brothers and their 1976 album Takin’ It to the Streets. This album was significant to The Doobie Brothers’ history due to their […]

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Led Zeppelin II-Awesome Albums

  We continue the Led Zeppelin story, and see what the band was up to in the second half of 1969. They not only released their first album in ’69, but their second album too. This album is significantly heavier than their first album but also with enough acoustic elements that foreshadow the sound of […]

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Led Zeppelin-Awesome Albums

  I have a couple more anniversary videos I want to do before the end of the year. Today, we take a look at Led Zeppelin’s first album, which turned 50 years old in January of 1969. This video goes through the end of the Yardbirds, the personnel changes leading up to the creation of […]

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American Idiot

  Ordinarily I talk about albums that are nostalgic to an older generation. Today, I’m going to talk about an album nostalgic to MY generation, Green Day’s American Idiot. This album had recently turned 15 years old, and I just had to talk about it. I wanted to talk about the music of course but […]

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The Wall (Part 3)

    We are wrapping up The Summer of Pink Floyd with our final video in the trilogy of videos about Pink Floyd’s 1979 album, The Wall. This episode covers the second disc of the double album, and briefly mention a couple bonus tracks. I do not own any of the music, images, or videos […]

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The Wall (Part 2)

  We are continuing in The Summer of Pink Floyd, with our second episode talking about their 1979 album, The Wall. This episode covers the first disc of their double album, as well as a couple tracks from the live album Is There Anybody Out There? I do not own any of the music, images, […]

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Breakfast in America-Awesome Albums

Today we are going to look at Supertramp and their most successful album, Breakfast in America. While initially a breakaway from their previous albums, they did something right giving them an album that sold over 18 million copies worldwide. I do not own the rights to any of the music, videos, or images. Please support […]

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