Jim Marshall, known for his iconic photographs of sixties rock stars, died last night at age 74.
Writes The Times:
He was a favored photographer of Hendrix, the Rolling Stones and Janis Joplin, and he was the only photographer allowed backstage at the Beatles’ last concert, in San Francisco in 1966. He was Read More
Sad news, folks. According to billboard.com, Mitch Mitchell was found dead at the age of 62 (or 61, depending on the source) in his Portland, Oregon hotel room yesterday morning from what appeared to be natural causes. Mitchell—best known as the drummer for the Jimi Hendrix Experience—was in town as part of the Read More
alliance is over. Long live the (real) alliance, The Edgy Alliance.
According to Sean, the goofy alleged neurologist from the
first Survivor (if you ask me, anyone
who would go to Sean for a neurological consultation ought to have his head
examined), the key difference in the new Survivor
is that the Read More
Listening to John Scofield’s 1998 collaboration with Medeski Martin & Wood, A Go Go (Verve), you might suspect that the veteran electric guitarist was putting a midlife crisis on record. Here was a guy who with saxophonist Joe Lovano had made some of the most well-regarded chamber jazz albums of the early 90′s, grooving away Read More
Every time the ball came near Latrell Sprewell in the last game of the Indiana series, Keith Livingston, a compact man with a shaved head and glasses, slammed his hand against a post at the Dean Street Cafe in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and shouted, “American Dream, American Dream.” The sports bar was packed with black Read More