Join me this week for our flashback to the 60s and early 70s. Say you want a Revolution....hell yeah I do! We'll start bright and early with a good old anti-war/pro military man protest song. We plan on prowling the backstreets of LA with the Doors and we'll hear from the best San Francisco band to never become superstars. Dylan will take us underground, Wilson Pickett is gonna get wicked and the Allman Brothers will take us to a old fashioned revival. I tell ya brothers and sisters, it will get rightous. / Cream, Clapton, Mayall, Fleetwood Mac, yes the blues will live and thrive this Saturday. Of course all the usuall suspects, the Beatles, Stones and CCR will drop in to catch the vibe. Our birthday salutes will go out to Walt Parazaider, the sax player and founding member of the band Chicago. The band that was organized in his apartment in 1967. Robin Trower also adds a candle this year, his work with Procal Harum is still the highpoint of that bands career as far as I'm concerned. Another fine old school guitar player is ex Canned Heat memeber Harvey Mandell. All still with us and celebrating another year. Here is your fun fact for the week: Billboard Magazineclaims that the Beatles are responsible for 60% of all current singles sold in 1964!
DYLAN GOING UNDERGROUND N.Y.C.
CHICAGO GETTING READY TO BLOW THE ROOF OFF 1977
Just stick your thumb out and hitch a ride to the Revolution this week. I'll be waiting with a plate of brownies and a cup of Jasmine Tea.