Posts filed under: Classic Rock

Focus “Hocus Pocus” (1971)

A bizarre series of solos leads to the conclusion that some records are not meant to be broken... Read More

J. Geils Band “Musta Got Lost”

Peter Wolf rapped rock's greatest intro (before rap was even a thing)... Read More

The Nighthawks “Destination” (1982)

The Nighthawks, George Thorogood, and an unexpected tag-team tandem, formed the alchemy for what I consider my greatest concert night ever.... Read More

The Beatles “I Feel Fine” (1964)

John Lennon accidentally created rock's first-ever recorded feedback on the early Beatles classic 'I Feel Fine.' With a new kitchen appliance, I've recently matched his serendipity.... Read More

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band “Old Time Rock and Roll” (1981)

Alto Reed, a man with a giant horn and the best understated name in rock and roll, was the last sorrowful entry on a brutal list of 2020 music world losses.... Read More

The Band “I Shall Be Released” (1976)

Just my vibe on an historic day..... Read More

AC/DC “Hells Bells” (1980)

Do they simply put out the same album over and over? Angus Young had an unexpected answer to the appalling accusation. And, AC/DC is back. Again.... Read More

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band “Like A Rock” (1986)

So much of life is about perspective, and so much of one’s perspective changes as they go through life. Um, I think Bob Seger did a better job of explaining.... Read More

Lynyrd Skynyrd “That Smell” (1977)

A senseless analysis on the relative merits of the senses, but still the good sense to listen to this smell.... Read More

Thin Lizzy “Jailbreak” (1976)

Thin Lizzy's statuesque leader Phil Lynott, a beloved son of Dublin, and how he unexpectedly helped guide a long-awaited first local pint of Guinness. ... Read More
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