When discussing legendary psychedelic garage bands of the 1960s, the Chocolate Watchband is at the top of the list. Much to the elation of fans and music critics, the group has recorded a new album of their most popular tunes.
Gary Brooker expounds on Procol Harum’s words and recordings, reissues, Rock Hall … and revenge!
The musician is the newest addition to this weekend’s star-studded line-up of Special Guests at “BEATexpo 2010
The DVD presents the programs exactly as they appeared that night and illustrations of how the pace of television has changed.
The last film done on Elvis Presley during his lifetime, “Elvis On Tour” is an electrifying document of Elvis onstage during the early ‘70s. Jerry Schilling was there to witness it all.
The Doors are one heck of an influential band. But don’t expect their collectibles to leapfrog past those of fellow ’60s artists The Beatles any time soon.
“The Boys of Summer” is a 14-song CD collection that brings together Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson and Jan & Dean for the first time in their long history.
South Carolina native Maurice Williams wrote not one, but two of the most recognizable hits from rock’n’roll’s first generation, “Little Darlin’”, and “Stay”.
Otis Redding’s “Live On The Sunset Strip,” culled from three full sets of his Whisky A Go Go shows in 1966, is a definitive live statement from Redding and songs are sequenced exactly as they went down.