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                A Baby Boomer

 

       Muses on The Music

December 12, 2019

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May 7, 2020

        When doing my weekly This Week in Rock History post, I often think about doing a deeper dive into the acts, albums, artists, concerts, events and personalities that I cite, and sometimes working on TWIRH has inspired the Can’t Get It Outta My Head blog entries....

April 27, 2020

        Fifty years ago This Week in Rock History, I was a part of Wisconsin’s first outdoor rock festival.

        The Sound Storm event took place April 24-26, 1970, on a farm near Poynette, about a half-hour from Madison. But I spent more than thr...

April 16, 2020

        It was a week ago that I learned that John Prine had died — apparently, the first Maker of The Music to fall victim to the Coronavirus pandemic.

        I first heard of his passing from my favorite DJ on satellite radio, Earle Bailey. And Ea...

December 12, 2019

        Not long after I heard the One Hit Wonder that inspired my previous post, “How Long ” by Ace — perhaps even that same weekend, on the drive back from Milwaukee — another mid-1970s FM staple came on the sat rad channel.

        Starbuck’s “Moo...

November 26, 2019

        We were on the road a few weeks ago, listening to one of the soft-rock stations on Sirius — The Bridge, or maybe Yacht Rock, compromise listening for Jeanne and I — when “How Long” came on.

        The hit by the British band Ace is one of th...

November 18, 2019

        Some bits and pieces …

Joni Reprised

        My blog post about Joni Mitchell’s 75th-birthday post ran a bit long, so I never got to the lady’s appearance at the concert held in her honor, and featuring her music.

        Mitchel...

November 6, 2019

        OK, the name of the PBS special this blog post is about is Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration. But I didn’t see it until Canadian singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell was almost 11 months on her way to age 76.

        I’ve been a big fan of Mitchell’...

October 30, 2019

        It’s that time of year when costumed creatures show up at our doors asking for treats.

        No, I’m not talking about Halloween. Not that they’re all extravagantly costumed, but the nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2020...

October 22, 2019

        Peter Edward Baker left the planet a couple weeks ago — and left it without one of the best rock drummers ever.

        Known as Ginger — because he was one, as in very red-haired — from childhood on, Baker succumbed to heart problems that ha...

October 15, 2019

        (Resuming my blog post about The Band and Abbey Road.)

        Not surprised that the “Paul Is Dead” hoax helped sell more of the earlier Beatle LPs, but I think Abbey Road would have sold well, regardless. “Something” was a No. 1 s...

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