Well my friends ... been a long time ... miss you all. Been a busy boy this past year ... and since alot of my original fans started right here in the rock.com hayday ... well this one's for you \m/,Sell music on itunes at…See More
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with all the changes with the email going on it appears I will be surrendering my rock.com email address ... more than likely this means I wont be returning here. I will miss you all and will hold on fondly to the memories of what once was. The old timers here know what it once was and what it is now not. Hats off to you all my friends ... the music lives on and you all know where to find me.See More
"Thank you Bro ... appreciate that ... and will do! ... I love Peter Gabriel's Music but I wouldn't have thought to compare this to him cause it reminds me of the great Oz ... but I will take the comparison with pride cause PG is awesome…"
"lol ... yeah I imagine circular breathing would be quite difficult. As far as recognition ... well, still a slow go ... I'm still pretty much on my own building my army of awesome listeners one day at a time ... as always I rely on the music…"
Released in October 1974, War Child was Jethro Tull's seventh album. The record was initially conceived as a double-album meant to accompany a film of the same name but when no movie studio would come onboard, the record went out as a single, 10-song disc.The lineup - singer/flutist Ian Anderson, guitarist Martin Barre,…See More
Originally finding fame as the singer for the Jeff Beck Group, Rod Stewart ultimately went on to pursue a solo career of mammoth proportions. Shortly after leaving Beck's band in 1969, the singer released An Old Raincoat Won't Let You Down, his debut release as a solo artist. He followed that debut with…See More
Long Before Chicago, Earth, Wind & Fire or anybody else ever thought about blending horns with rock, Blood, Sweat & Tears were doing it on their debut album released back in February 1968. Child Is Father To the Man was an eclectic and innovative mix of jazz, R&B, blues, orchestral and even…See More