Help me to remember those decades we spent with different audio record machines; from LP to CD from cassette to mp3 player: What could be the result of those decades? More capability to express emotions, to feel emotions, to focus on emotions?
I started in the late fifties with country music, rock and roll and rockabilly, with spirituals and blues. Soon the BEATLES appeared and the Rolling Stones. Then soul, rhythm ‘n blues, gypsy jazz came in my mind. It seems to be a never ending story of influence, of listening and covering the top ten with my own guitar. But I think, at least, coming to the end of the line, we should make a final statement about the results of those many hours spent in everyone’s lifetime dedicated to music …
- The Rolling Stones: Complete Singles (1971-2006) (ritholtz.com)
- First Monday: What’s on tap this month on TV and in movies and books (usatoday.com)
- Carter’s Rock N’ Roll Diary: April 4 (wzlx.radio.com)
- Rolling Stones, PJ Harvey ‘Boogie 4 Stu’ With Ben Waters on Tribute Album (spinner.com)
- You got to move (1944) (merlinsnewrags.wordpress.com)