The Who- Tommy

Tommy may be important, but to me, not all that great. I like the idea of a rock opera, and in some places it works, but as a whole, the album never comes together. Each time I give it a listen, it always drags! You might say "Pinnball Wizard" is a classic. The single version definately … Continue reading The Who- Tommy

Grateful Dead 1969/03/22- Pasadena, CA, Rose Palace

Grateful Dead 1969/03/22- Pasadena, CA, Rose Palace 1. Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl 2. Dark Star 3. Saint Stephen 4. The Eleven 5. Turn on Your Lovelight Short but good set. Apparently the night's bill included The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Jethro Tull. If anyone has a recording of them, it'd be appreciated. I like … Continue reading Grateful Dead 1969/03/22- Pasadena, CA, Rose Palace

John Lennon and Yoko Ono- Unfinished Music No. 2: Life with the Lions

The second forray for Beatle John and his love into avante-garde music is a deeply personal affair. One that has its merits, but is an extremely difficult listen. While Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins was an informal, free-flowing, and for lack of a better term, jam between the two, No. 2 consists of more … Continue reading John Lennon and Yoko Ono- Unfinished Music No. 2: Life with the Lions