Paul McCartney’s Most Underrated Work-

A Handmade Moment of Domestic Bliss The release of Ram hit Beatles fans with the reality of the world’s most prolific band falling apart. No matter how genius the work was- no one was going to like it. It was Paul McCartney picking up and moving on with his life. In the infamous 1971 Rolling Stone review by […] More

The Beat Brothers- From German Studios To Cavern Clubs

Bert Kaempfert Produktion Tony Sheridan, was a British singer- songwriter and guitarist. His most notable work is tied to his early collaborations with the Beatles. Quite some time before the the Beatles were the Beatles, the band was an extension of Tony Sheridan. In the summer of 1961, the band recorded eight songs for the Bert […] More

10 Rock Songs That Go Perfectly With Fighter Jet Footage

Sky High Military fighter jets are rock and roll as hell. Just look at them, they are massively powerful machine birds protecting the sky- protecting you. You gotta see it to believe it… to feel it.   1. Scorpions- “Rock You Like A Hurricane” The German rock band, Scorpions, released “Rock You Like A Hurricane” […] More

Why Pet Sounds Solidified Brian Wilson’s Brilliance

A New Species of Producer Brian Wilson’s  reverence amongst his contemporaries is indescribably impactful, but I’ll try my best to allegorically explain it with the theory of evolution. Brian Wilson was the Island of Galapagos,  rock artists were the finches, his records were genius conclusions (i.e. Charles Darwin), and the shift in musical production was […] More

What Happened To John Denver? His 1st Million-Selling Single

No Wonder He Became a Wildlife Superstar John Denver was the son of an Air Force pilot who spent most of his time in the New Mexico wildlife. Denver was inspired by flight and nature and spent much of his time singing and writing about the great wild. Of course spending so much time in […] More

Jim Morrison’s Prescient Thoughts On Electronic Music

A Synthesis of Beauty and Brilliance James Douglas Morrison had an extravagant way of conveying his intrinsic beliefs. Some of these extravagancies would lead to police confrontation. Yet, at the same time of some of his arrests (related to intoxicated exhibitionism), he was making intellectual leaps. In 1969, shortly before his arrest in Miami, he […] More

Who is Pink Floyd’s “Vera”? At 92 Years Old She Even Charted #1 Album

Does Anybody Here Remember Vera Lynn? The 1982 cinematic release of Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’  originally premiered for the Cannes Film Festival. The film was supposedly made out of “competition” but instantly became one of the most prolific films in the history of music and animation. The plot follows “Pink” , a rock star,  who loses his […] More