Angie Moon reviews Bob Dylan in the Big Apple by K.G. Miles, a new book about Bob Dylan and his time in New York in the 60s.
Angie Moon reviews the new Harlem Cultural Festival 1969 documentary Summer of Soul (...Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).
Angie Moon reviews the new Classic Albums documentary about The Who's 1967 concept album, The Who Sell Out.
A special 4/20 edition of The Diversity of Classic Rock - A comprehensive list of songs about marijuana!
Angie Moon reviews the first book that follows Bob Dylan on his journeys through London, Bob Dylan in London: Troubadour Tales.
Angie Moon parodies Candace Owens getting upset at Harry Styles wearing a dress, but with a 60s twist. Warning you about the dangers of The British Invasion!
Talking about underrated songs by 1960s British Invasion bands like Peter and Gordon, The Small Faces, Spencer Davis Group, The Troggs, The Yardbirds, and The Zombies.
A post based on the BBC series Horrible Histories, this time looking at bizarre/annoying things about everyday life in the 60s.
Angie Moon speaks to Decoding Dylan author, Jim Curtis about Bob Dylan's latest release, the epic 17 minute long "Murder Most Foul" - a song that makes a bold statement about America and the world.
In turbulent political times, we turn to music for comfort and for self-expression. Here are some timeless political classic rock lyrics that still apply to 2020.