Monthly Archives: October 2014

“I Feel Free”. . . . . . : Jack Bruce 1943 – 2014

Jack Bruce, bassist, vocalist and songwriter extraordinaire passed away on October 25, 2014 at the age of 71 from liver disease. With Cream, he was one of the handful of musicians who redefined the capabilities of his instrument and along

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Posted in Bass, Blues, Classic Rock, Music Appreciation and Analysis

“Time Is Tight. . . “: Booker T. And The MG’s

Last post, I talked about one of the highlights of my recent trip to Tennessee, The Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville. This time we’re going to Memphis. There was Graceland. There was Sun Studios. There was the Gibson Guitar factory

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Posted in Blues, Classic Rock, Music Appreciation and Analysis

“I Hear The Train A Comin’. . .” : The Johnny Cash Show

I just got back from a trip to Nashville and Memphis. The musical legacy of there two cities is so immense that it’s just ridiculous. One of the high points of my trip was the Johnny Cash Museum. I’m a

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Posted in Classic Rock, Music Appreciation and Analysis
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