Monthly Archives: March 2016

(March 9, 2016) – Thrash! – Time Will Tell

From the 1982 Statik compilation album, Your Secret’s Safe With Us …   This double LP collected specially recorded performance by 18 northern UK bands.  Almost none of these bands (other than The Chameleons and Indians in Moscow) released anything further … Continue reading

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(March 8, 2016): The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Three’s A Crowd

From the 1962 album, Countdown: Time In Outer Space.   An LP dedicated to the Mercury 7 mission by Lieut. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr.  The classic quartet here: Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello, and Eugene Wright.  This song, and three … Continue reading

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(March 7, 2016): Blood, Sweat and Tears – And When I Die

From the 1969 sophomore album, Blood, Sweat & Tears.  The tunes were recorded in 1968 as Al Kooper, Randy Brecker, and Jerry Weiss were departing. I assume that’s the reason the album is self-titled – a new start.  The LP … Continue reading

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(March 6, 2016): George Harrison – So Sad

From the 1974 album, Dark Horse.  A song written by Harrison, but recorded first by Alvin Lee and Mylon LeFevre on their On the Road to Freedom a year earlier with Harrison guesting (along with Ronnie Wood and Mick Fleetwood).  … Continue reading

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