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“The song” “Lest We Forget” was forged from a place not only of historical reflection, but more humbly from a very personal revelation.
I found myself thinking of my Dad leading up to Remembrance Day wondering how he would react to the
Joan Baez 1, her debut album, has been inducted into the the United States Library of Congress. Each year 25 recordings that are “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” are selected.
When I heard that the album was inducted, I naturally wanted to listen
Lost Songs: The Basement Tapes Continued Blu-ray coming May 25th 2015
By Stephen Pate – When Sony Columbia Records was releasing The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 last fall, another version of Bob Dylan’s lost songs was on the go.
MusiCares Tribute To Paul McCartney is the most exciting 60 minutes of music video in ages
By Stephen Pate – Shout Factory just released A MusiCares Tribute To Paul McCartney. It is without a doubt the most exciting 60 minutes of music video I have watched in
4 CD’s and 73 songs by Eric Clapton’s career the progression, his changes and the breadth of his enormous talent
By Stephen Pate – Crossroads is the one Eric Clapton record that contains the rich early heritage of Eric Clapton. From his first
Taking in the career of the top rock guitarist of the past 100 years as he turns 70
By Stephen Pate – Famed guitarist, singer and songwriter Eric Clapton turned 70 on March 30, 2015. I got to thinking about the legacy of the man who inspired the 1967 subway graffiti “Clapton is
Joan Baez Life of Music and Activism In How Sweet The Sound
By Stephen Pate – How Sweet The Sound the PBS 2009 documentary on the life, music and politics of Joan Baez is a heart warming, entertaining and inspiring documentary the holds up extremely well on multiple