These past two blog entries got me thinking about my top 10 60s/70s rock bands, so in (mostly) no particular order...
1. The Who (they are with out a doubt, far and away at the top of my list, the others just depend on what type of kick I'm on...)
2. The Doors
4. Led Zeppelin
5. The Beatles
6. Pink Floyd
7. Jimi Hendrix
8. The Rolling Stones
9. Jethro Tull
All great, great bands. I'm always
As a result of an excellent suggestion for randomness by jj04, so my next time wasting post is going to be about one of the very, VERY few things to come out of Ohio worthy of paying attention to. The Black Keys!
The Black Keys are a lo-fi blues rock garage-y duo hailing from Akron, OH that ride on heavy blues laden guitar riffs and pounding drum beats. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, they are absolutely fantastic live. If you EVER have the chance to see them play live,
Are you feeling like you've lost your way? Down in the dumps and wondering what you're going to do to get yourself through another day? There's always something you can turn to... The Who! I am going to take the time to enlighten those who don't know, and remind those that do to spend a little time this week with one of The Who's auditory delights, Who's Next.
It's hard to imagine an album that's
Another outlet for me to post random crap which will necessitate other members to leave saying, "that's time I'm never getting back!"...