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"Machine Head" is not merely an influential and genre-defining moment in hard
rock...it is a collection of sincerely hot funshine dashed off by one supremely
talented ensemble...and the production is timeless...and yes, Ritchie Blackmore
I’m a huge Neil Young fan. I grew up in the 1970s and remember listening to so
many of his songs on the radio. A few years ago, my favorite cousin Joey was
visiting for SXSW and brought Shakey with him. During the day, he sat on the porch
and could not put it down (at night he was downtown rockin’ out). He said the book
was really interesting, especially if you like Neil Young and music from the 60s and
70s. We had a copy at the Fine Arts Library and I checked it out. What an excellent
biography. Young is very private and this is the first in depth account of his life.
I highly recommend this account of Young’s life.
Allegedly recorded in a garage(natch)between albums and record companies, this
collection of cover songs frigging rocks.
I'd like to recommend our newest Gershwin CD, "Porgy and Bess." Gershwin is
always a classic, and that he wrote an opera when he did with this much style makes
this worth a listen.
A reissue record label, has released Blue Gene Tyranny's "Out of the Blue" and it
is reviewed in the April issue of Wire. In the Boomerang section. see also
www.unseenworlds.net and www.myspace.com/unseenworlds
A great place to find new music, especially if Spin, NME, and Rolling Stone
aren't producing any worthwhile results for you. This British publication is always
full of clearly written and interesting reviews of new (and old) music in most
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