One word best describes Neil Young: prolific. Not only has he produced a new album about every year of his career, his is busy remastering and releasing his old catalog. Along the way he has dug into his archives to release old Buffalo Springfield demos and alternate takes. He has also reached back into … More Neil Young: His Back Pages
The name might be familiar, it has been part of the Byrds, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, but recently, just David Crosby. Crosby, or Croz as he is frequently known, is a survivor of the 1960s, drug addiction, a liver transplant, a stretch in a Texas prison, and the highs and … More David Crosby: Deja Who?
Okay, the 1970s was my favorite decade for music, I have written about it many times. The live album is a phenomenon of the decade, it was expected of artists, technology and recording techniques were improving, and they began to sell extremely well. Live albums caught singers and bands in their element and in the … More 20 Influential Live Albums of the 1970s