Like a Rolling Stone

Today several connected ephemeris; let’s name them chronologically: 1961. Brian Epstein saw The Beatles playing live for the first time at the Cavern (Liverpool). 1966. John Lennon met Yoko Ono when he was visiting her art exhibition ‘Unfinished Paintings and objects’ at the Indica Gallery in London. 1967. (Today is its 50th Birthday!). The first […]

No name piece

During many many years I had been listening to this song in and old cassette without knowing its name, or the band that played it. Today I have discovered both things by chance. So here are The Remains (that I already knew by other songs): a quite epheremal (during the sixties) american band from Boston […]

Jack Bruce

Today, 3 years ago, Jack Bruce, best known as one third of Cream died when he was 71. Bruce played bass, sang and was the main songwriter in Cream. Other bands in his CV are the Graham Bond Organisation, John Mayall’s Bluesbrakers, Manfred Mann, etc. Enjoy!

12×5 (II)

Some people have asked me for an encore of yesterday’s post.  Here it is! Enjoy! And here is the original song covered by The Rolling Stones. Enjoy!


Today in 1964 it was released their second album in the US by the Rolling Stones. Most of the songs are covers of rhythm and blues hits, but there are three songs written by Jagger and Richards, and two songs signed by the pseudonym Nanker Phelge. It was originally an EP of five songs (5×5), […]