musicenthusiast.net | Sun, 12 May 2019 05:00:09 +0000
Eagles, circa 1976 (l-r) – Don Felder, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner “We were all reading books about the Hopis and in the Hopi mythology, the eagle is the most sacred animal with the most spiritual meaning. I think it’s a beautiful … Continue reading An Eagles Sixpack
musicenthusiast.net | Wed, 08 May 2019 19:42:22 +0000
I’ve been listening to music for a long time. And like you, there are songs I love and songs I don’t love. But as these things go, there is another category which I call: “Songs Which I Loved Once Upon a Time But Now Can … Continue reading Songs I Once Loved But Now, Well ….
Pictured: Most of the Jefferson Airplane personnel as of their debut album. (l – r), Jorma Kaukonen, Paul Kantner, Jack Casady, Marty Balin, Signe Toly Anderson, Spencer Dryden. (Skip Spence played on most of the album.) I was originally not a big fan of West … Continue reading Jefferson Airplane (1st of 2)
The better half and I took a brief sojourn to New Orleans this past week for some rest and recreation. (Recreation is abundant in NOLA; rest, not so much.) This was my fourth trip (2 business, 2 personal) to the Big Easy and I must … Continue reading Tres Songs (Inspired by New Orleans)
Les Paul named his Ampex tape recorder “The Octopus” and the mixing console “The Monster.” The name “octopus” was inspired by comedian W. C. Fields who was the first person Paul played his multi-tracked guitar experiments to. “He came to my garage to make a little record … Continue reading Les Paul – The Wizard of Waukesha