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Posts tagged with 70s

On The Beach: A Dark Treasure From Neil Young’s “Ditch Trilogy”
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On The Beach: A Dark Treasure From Neil Young’s “Ditch Trilogy”

Recorded while Neil Young felt lost at sea, ‘On The Beach’ remains an intensely introspective masterpiece from ‘a period of disillusionment’.

The Faces Are Recording New Music

The Faces Are Recording New Music

The Faces - Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones - have revealed they are recording new music.

Why Were Kraftwerk So Influential? Behind The Electro Pioneers’ Legacy
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Why Were Kraftwerk So Influential? Behind The Electro Pioneers’ Legacy

With a unique vision of a completely electronic style of music, German synth-mavericks Kraftwerk changed the face of pop music forever.

Ian Curtis: The Art And Influence Of Joy Division’s Iconic Frontman
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Ian Curtis: The Art And Influence Of Joy Division’s Iconic Frontman

Joy Division’s much-missed singer, Ian Curtis, was an unforgettable performer with dextrous lyrical skills which are still unsurpassed.

More Songs About Buildings And Food: Talking Heads’ Constructive Leap
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More Songs About Buildings And Food: Talking Heads’ Constructive Leap

With Brian Eno’s encouragement, Talking Heads embraced funk and African music to set themselves apart from their contemporaries.

How Fleetwood Mac’s Self-Titled 1975 Album Changed Their Fortunes
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How Fleetwood Mac’s Self-Titled 1975 Album Changed Their Fortunes

With Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks on board, Fleetwood Mac’s self-titled 1975 album took the group from breaking point to glory.

Listen To Gerry Rafferty’s Previously Unreleased ‘Slow Down’

Listen To Gerry Rafferty’s Previously Unreleased ‘Slow Down’

A previously unreleased Gerry Rafferty song, Slow Down, from posthumous album, Rest In Blue, is now available to hear.

Jim Morrison Honoured By Fans In Paris On 50th Anniversary Of His Death

Jim Morrison Honoured By Fans In Paris On 50th Anniversary Of His Death

Fans from France and all around the world visited Jim Morrison's grave to honour The Doors' singer on the 50th anniversary of his death.

Earl Slick On Working With Bowie: “There Was Always A Curveball”

Earl Slick On Working With Bowie: “There Was Always A Curveball”

Earl Slick has spoken about his experiences while working with David Bowie in a new interview with The Guardian

Best Mick Fleetwood Performances: 10 Career-Defining Songs
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Best Mick Fleetwood Performances: 10 Career-Defining Songs

With a unique feel and love of experimentation, the best Mick Fleetwood performances have powered Fleetwood Mac’s globe-straddling success.

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