stoperithorio

stoperithorio

13 May
Published in Song of 2day

The cover of Le Orme's Ad Gloriam is about as psychedelic as it is possible to be or imagine; it is a swirl of color and a collage of pop-art images, featuring drawings (and photos) of the band members and various op-art images of well-endowed women scattered amid butterflies and geometric shapes.

09 May
Published in Song of 2day

It is quite justifiable that ‘Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing’ by Discharge is widely considered to be a defining statement of hardcore and punk in general. Coming on the back of several well recieved EP’s and singles, Discharge had already laid down the blueprints for a new extremity within punk.

08 May
Published in Song of 2day

The rise of the Invaders can be traced directly to the South African tour in March 1961 of Cliff Richard and the Shadows. Richard and The Shadows were appearing at the Feather Market Hall in Port Elizabeth, a concert for which twenty-one year old John Henry Burke (born 23 March 1940) of Uitenhage had purchased a ticket.

07 May
Published in Song of 2day

A wild, freewheeling, and ultimately successful attempt to merge psychedelia with jazz-rock, Soft Machine's debut ranges between lovingly performed oblique pop songs and deranged ensemble playing from drummer/vocalist Robert Wyatt, bassist Kevin Ayers and organist Mike Ratledge.

Page 334 of 354
You are here: