The second post in a two part series about live albums in classic rock. Angie Moon shares 10 more of her favourites.
Angie Moon talks about the history of live albums and some of her favourite live albums of all time. Part one of a two part series on live albums.
A special 4/20 edition of The Diversity of Classic Rock - A comprehensive list of songs about marijuana!
A blog post that looks at music of Italy from the 60s and 70s. Adriano Celentano, Area, Banco, Dik Dik, Ennio Morricone, Francesco Guccini, Giorgio Gaber, and more!
In this special April Fools Day post, Angie Moon talks about fake bands from TV and movies.
An analysis of American and British chart toppers of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. How many songs were performed by black musicians?
My specialties and first loves are the 60s and 70s and I once thought the 80s were cheesy and lame. I was wrong. Here are 15 bands that changed my mind about the 80s.
A history of the network MTV, music videos made before the MTV era, the precursor to music videos, and about the purpose of music videos.
The Rolling Stones didn't just have an awesome lineup, they also had quite a few famous musicians who almost joined the band. Find out who almost was a Rolling Stone!
Angie Moon writes about popular shoes from the 60s and 70s as worn and popularised by classic rockers.