Favourite Band

Day 74: “Who is your favorite band?” Another list which would take me forever to write. There are so many great bands from the past to the present. I believe most of the singers I selected on the last post were in bands. My favourite band as a kid was The Police, The Cars, The […]

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Favourite Song

Day 60: “What’s your all time favorite song?” As if I can answer this question. Hours later I still cannot answer it. I wrote about a lot of great songs yesterday so look at those. Actually, I forgot to mention some important artists in my life. Stevie Nicks and Tori Amos were important parts of […]

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#447 Fleetwood Mac – Tusk

Fleetwood Mac took big risk by letting Lindsey Buckingham control the making of Tusk. He had been influenced by post-punk music and he wanted to something different than Rumours. Tusk was considered a failure, but since its release it has inspired many other artists. I could go through the album and write which songs are […]

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#384 Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

Fleetwood Mac taught Americans how to spell Rumours. They taught us that sometimes people survive the drugs and make extraordinary art in the process. No, do not believe you are in the small percentage that can do drugs and survive. So many of the bands I have read about have had members die from drugs, some young and some of […]

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1001 Albums #73

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers’ Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton is not the only Mayall album to feature a future artist who would go onto greater fame. Clapton would leave to form Cream, Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie would leave to form Fleetwood Mac and Mick Taylor would join The Rolling Stones. Yet, I have never heard of John Mayall. From the minute the music starts you can hear […]

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