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The summer of 1964 was arguably the peak of Beatlemania, marked by the release of both the film and album A Hard Day’s Night in July
[Grant Maxwell's How Does It Feel? is one of the few books that explores the philosophy of rock and roll, why the music and
Johnny Winter was found dead in a Swiss hotel room on tour
By Stephen Pate – Johnny Winter never got the fame of a big rock star but he had the admiration of fans and guitar greats as one of the top Texas blues guitar players.
He was found dead in a hotel room outside
Woody Guthrie lived in New York for 27 years – this collection of audio, songs and pictures explores those years
Three-disc set “My Name is New York” features interviews with Pete Seeger, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Woody’s friends and family.
Criterion Collection 50th Anniversary has copious extras for both Beatles fans and movie buffs
By Stephen Pate – Criterion Collection created the concept of additional materials in home movies. Criterion has prepared an impressive array of Beatles bits for
Music Vault promises to put 12,000 music concert videos on YouTube by Dylan, Springsteen, The Who and Kid Rock
By Stephen Pate – Music Vault is promising to list thousands of free rock concerts for our enjoyment.
“Music Vault presents the greatest selection of
The 50th Anniversary Edition of The Beatles 1st movie gets the Criterion collectors edition
By Stephen Pate – Five months after The Beatles conquered America on the Ed Sullivan Show, United Artists released the comedy “A Hard Day’s Night
I’m Gordon Lightfoot, and the rumours of my death have been greatly exaggerated
By Stephen Pate – It was a happy night in Summerside, PEI for about 3,000 Gordon Lightfoot fans at Credit Union Place.
I had not seen Lightfoot since the early 1970′s when he packed
Do you have faith in your local police department?