On this day in 1974 “The Streak” by Ray Stevens began it’s 3 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Charts. Capitalizing on the streaking craze that was going on Ray […]
Neil Young wrote “Ohio” shortly after the massacre after seeing pictures in Life Magazine. The song was recorded on May 21st and released in June 1970. Young has said […]
In his book 31 Songs, Nick Hornby described Suicide’s 1977 “Frankie Teardrop” as a song you’d only listen to once. Pitchfork described it as “Taxi Driver: The Musical. The […]
John Lennon once said if you tried to give rock and roll another name you might call it “Chuck Berry.” Below is a video of Chuck and John on the […]
I came across this article last night and found it interesting. Also was kind of dumbfounded – this song has been at #1 for 7 weeks on the TOP […]
From Paul McCartney and Wings- “Give Ireland Back to the Irish” Wild Life album. [maybe Paul’s worst album}
“The Luck of the Irish”- by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, on their “Sometime In New York City” album from 1972.