In 1978 Spizzoil released two lo-fi EP singles 6,000 Crazy and Cold City on Rough Trade Records following a John Peel Session in August 1978. In the great tradition of punk / post punk pseudonyms, the duet was known simply as Pete Petrol & Spizz. The Cold City EP included the wonderfully playful Platform 3, [...]
Entries Tagged as '1970s'
Terry Lane - Sunday 12.01.14, 16:21pm
Terry Lane - Sunday 17.11.13, 13:47pm
Humble Pie’s Performance: Rockin’ The Fillamore has been described as one of the world’s greatest live albums receives a 4 CD release from Universal, with a mix supervised by surviving members of one of rock’s first supergroups, Peter Frampton and Jerry Shirley.
When Steve Marriott left the Small Faces to launch a new band in 1968, [...]
Terry Lane - Monday 28.10.13, 21:11pm
The Velvet Underground was the most inspirational group of all-time. More so than The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and The Sex Pistols. A bold statement to make, but there you go, I’ve said it!
Imagine stumbling across The Velvet Underground playing in a New York club in 1966 accompanied by an Andy Warhol lightshow [...]
Terry Lane - Saturday 24.08.13, 17:32pm
Marc Bolan at the BBC is a new 6 CD Box Set of the most complete collection of Marc Bolan, Tyrannosaurus Rex & T. Rex BBC recordings to date.
With a houseful of older music-loving siblings, my musical tastes began with all that glittered and spoke to me every Thursday night on Top Of The Pops. [...]
Terry Lane - Sunday 30.06.13, 14:13pm
Grammy award-winning prog-rock luminaries, Yes, announce triple-album Europe 2014 tour. The band will perform three of rock’s most influential albums, The Yes Album, Close to the Edge, and Going for the One, in their entirety.
Founded in 1968 by Jon Anderson and Chris Squire, Grammy-award winning recording artists, Yes, have created some of the most important [...]