by A Pop Life (Erwin Barendregt)
Following the release of the Jazz album, Queen was called a fascist band. A preposterous statement. In search of the story behind the seventh Queen album.
When I was a boy, singles were the indicator for success and a cheap alternative to the (mega) expensive LP. All singles I received as a present or bought myself during my elementary school days.
Tags: ABBA, Afric Simone, Boney M, Carl Douglas, Diana Ross, Eruption, Fats Domino, Fleetwood Mac, Gérard Lenorman, Gibson Brothers, Gladys Knight, Golden Earring, Jimmy Castor Bunch, Kate Bush, KC & The Sunshine Band, Moments & Whatnauts, Mother's Finest, Pippi Langkous, Queen, Roger Daltrey, Santana, Tavares
On the evening of Sinterklaas Day 1977 I got the latest Queen album: News Of The World! How does it hold up today? A look back.
Concert, List, Review
Closing of 2016. What was good? What wasn´t? What were the main events? Which stories were the favorites? A look back at a year, that got off to a very good start.
Tags: Anderson .Paak, Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Doe Maar, Iggy Pop, Neil Young, Prince, Public Enemy, Queen, Underworld
Music and branding go together, more and more. Logos are a part of that. An inventory of the strongest & best known band & artist logos.
Tags: ABBA, Bauhaus, Crass, Dead Kennedys, Deadmau5, Kraftwerk, Motörhead, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, Pixies, Prince, Public Enemy, Public Image Ltd, Queen, Radiohead, Rammstein, Ramones, Rolling Stones, Simple Minds, Smashing Pumpkins, Van Halen, Weezer
Queen? Really? Yes, really. Queen is the first music that genuinely felt mine. Loved the music, image, everything! Up until Jazz/Live Killers.
The greatest albumcovers, plus covers selected by visitors. Nice viewing!
Tags: Beastie Boys, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Captain Beefheart, Chuck Berry, Clash, Cult, Doe Maar, Frank Sinatra, Frank Zappa, Jean Michel Jarre, Jimi Hendrix, John Lee Hooker, Kraftwerk, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Lou Reed, New Order, Nirvana, Oi, Osibisa, Outsiders, Parliament, Prince, Public Enemy, Queen, Ramones, Raymond van het Groenewoud, Rory Gallagher, Santana, Scorpions, Sex Pistols, T. Rex, Ted Nugent, Tröckener Kecks, Vangelis, Velvet Undergound, World Party
Album yearlist 1974
Tags: Genesis, Kraftwerk, Neil Young, Parliament, Queen
Please be advised that English is not my native tongue.
Whenever you come across clumsy sentences and/or sayings, due to insufficient knowledge of the English language, please accept my apologies and let me know. I will fix that as soon as possbile.
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