Great Albums articles @ alldylan.com

                      Here are the posts we’ve created in this category so far…. there are many to come… 1950’s Miles Davis – ‘Round About Midnight (1957) Miles Davis – “Kind of Blue” (1959) The Louvin Brothers – “Satan Is Real” (1959) 1960’s Elvis Presley – “Elvis is Back” (1960) James Brown …

33 Songs released in 1971 you MUST hear

  I love lists & I love creating lists. I will try new series of posts with lists of great songs released in a specific year. My rules: Only one song per artist/group The song must be released that specific year Songs from live albums not allowed (that’s another & more complicated list) Why start with 1971 ? Well why not …

Classic Concert – The Who @ Fillmore East 1968

Sat, 06 April 1968 – New York, NY, Fillmore East 1. Summertime Blues: From wolfgangsvault: The second night of The Who’s first run ever playing at the Fillmore East is an unbelievably great document of the band in its early prime, still full of the punk attitude that they would initially define while beginning to venture off into more artistic and …

Feb 14: The Who recorded “Live At Leeds” in 1970

Rolling Stone [Magazine] hailed it as the best ever live album, and they may still be right… ~Chris Jones (BBC – 2007) The only clips from this fantastic concert:  Fortune Teller (0:00 to 0:05) – Happy Jack (0:06 to 0:13) – I’m a Boy (0:14 to 0:33) – A Quick One While He’s Away (0:34 to 2:09) – Christmas (2:10 …

Feb 07: The Who recorded “Pinball Wizard” in 1969

From the opening minor chords to the upward key change near the end, ‘Pinball’ is a rock tour-de-force, brimful of ideas, powerchords, great lyrics and tight ensemble playing. ~From “The Who – The Complete Guide To Their Music” (Charlesworth & Hanel) Today we celebrate one of The Who’s best songs – Pinball Wizard.

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