Tag Archive: Little Feat

No Elvis, Beatles or the Rolling Stones…………..

Never has there been a more diverse year for popular music – The Clash re-align rock with the angst and frustrations of youth producing the greatest debut album of all time, Elvis Costello running them a close second as he brings depth and…
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DON’T KNOCK THE ROCK – Twenty Songs Where Rock and Roll Celebrates Itself

WE KNOW WHAT IT IS – AND WE LIKE IT, LIKE IT, YES WE DO……………… LONG LIVE ROCK – The Who; IT’S ONLY ROCK ‘N ROLL – The Rolling Stones; ROCK ‘N ROLL NEVER FORGETS – Bob Seger & The…
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SECOND ALBUM SENSATIONS – Twenty Albums That Prove The Follow Up Isn’t Always A Flop

FIRST ALBUM ? WE WERE ONLY JUST WARMING UP – JUST LISTEN TO OUR SECOND: FOR EVERYMAN – Jackson Browne; GASOLINE ALLEY – Rod Stewart; BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD AGAIN – Buffalo Springfield; LED ZEPPELIN II – Led Zeppelin; THE BAND – The…
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THE TRAIN NOW DEPARTING – Twenty Songs About Trains.

Welcome aboard the rock n’ roll express – we shall be calling in Georgia, Kansas, Clarksville, Marrakesh and will be the last train to London. TRAIN IN VAIN – The Clash; TWO TRAINS – Little Feat; AT THE STATION –…
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EYES DOWN FOR TEN HUGELY OVERLOOKED ALBUMS

EACH WENT UNDER THE RADAR BUT CANNOT BE UNDERESTIMATED   JIMMY NAIL –  Tadpoles In A Jar (1999): Pertinent tales of growing older and wiser. Oz shows his mature side. GRETCHEN PETERS – Hello Cruel World (2012): The most accomplished lyricist…
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