After the rip-roaring success of my first LCAA post (2 likes and a comment!) I’ve let power and fame go to my head and decided to create another one. The premise, unlike Phase 4 of the MCU, is pretty simple: pick an artist and make the best playlist you can by having a maximum ofContinue reading “Let’s Create Another Album! #2”
Sadly, the man who created autocorrect died yesterday.His funfair will be hello on monkey. Today’s delightful trawl through double live albums from the 70’s features famed Irish blues guitarist, the late great Rory Gallagher; a man who was no stranger to live albums. Before the release of the double live Irish Tour ’74, he hadContinue reading “Happy And Roryous (GDLIYWI) 16”
Stuckonthemoonandicantgetabeer. Thereisnospacebar. Today’s album re-evaluation features that well known mardy arse Van Morrison and his 1974 live album, It’s Too Late To Stop Now. It features performances that were recorded in concerts at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, California; the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, and the Rainbow in London during Morrisons three month tour with his eleven piece band, theContinue reading “Is Van the Man? (GDLIYWI) 15”
So it looks like we’re heading towards another lockdown and people are starting to go crazy and hoarding again, though some things being hoarded are quite bizarre. Take my elderly neighbour, he’s started to hoard newspapers and bottles of milk judging by his stack outside his front door. Today’s double live classic rock album isContinue reading “Rock of Ages the band (GDLIYWI) 13”
I asked the man in the music shop if I could see their littlest oboe he said “maybe tomorrow.” Today we’ll be listening to the 1973 release by UK blues rock act Ten Years After, fronted by guitar wizard Alvin Lee. This album, containing no overdubs or additives, was recorded over four nights in Amsterdam,Continue reading “Ten Years Gone (GDLIYWI) 10”
is this a tasty pie or will it give me indigestion?