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Tag Archives: Paul McCartney
August 9, 2015
They called their company HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES, a bunch of rock rogues that hogged Los Angeles clubs around 1973-1974, their ranks including such drink-loving luminaries as John Lennon, loose on his Lost Weekend there, Harry Nilsson, Keith Moon, Ringo Starr and Alice … Continue reading
July 31, 2015
It wasn’t a secret that the next titles in the archive series would be the 1982-1983 brace of “Tug Of War” and “Pipes Of Peace” – the ex-Beatle broke this news in the previous batch of reissues. Now, though, his … Continue reading
February 4, 2015
No words needed. Rihanna is a fine soulster, and Kanye West‘s music has its fans, but what’s in it for ? A simple guitar strum and a desire to be in the public eye? Anyway, here’s their new video.
September 10, 2014
The greatest living pop-rock musician: behind the legend that is lies a lot of great music many tend to forget or not know about. Thankfully, among Macca’s fans are a lot of his colleagues, old and new, who used to … Continue reading