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.
Their name and costumes were gimmicky, but the band were about more than tricorns and tights
Bruce Pollock’s upcoming book, reviewed by Joyce Greenholdt
2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60s Garage & Psychedelia From U.S.A. And Destination Records reviewed by Joseph Tortelli.
In the shark-infested waters of the recording industry, James and his band, the Shondells, kept up with changing times to create some of the most enduring music of the ’60s