Monthly Archives: March 2011

An Important Update Regarding ‘Black Rock Volume 1’

I have to go off the grid for a minute.  I need to deal with some life changes. One of them involves Black Rock Volume 1.  Due to circumstances totally beyond my control, I may have to pull the hard/softcover … Continue reading

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Remembering Tom Wilson

He had one of the greatest production arcs in pop music history: Sun Ra – Sun Song Cecil Taylor – Jazz Advance Sun Ra – The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan Bob Dylan … Continue reading

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‘Black Rock Volume 1’ is available NOW in ALL book formats!

Black Rock Volume 1′ is now available as an e-book through Amazon and Barnes & Noble for only $9.99! Stay tuned for more information on a couple of things that we’re trying to put together in conjunction with the book! … Continue reading

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Pops’ Palace

Today, I had to drop off some paperwork in my hometown of Corona, USA and once done, decided to look at the old neighborhood.  Growing up, I would walk past 34-56 107th Street and admire the large red brick fence … Continue reading

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Say a prayer for the people of Japan…

The situation in Japan is going from bad to worse.  Food shortages, major power outages and the very serious threat of a meltdown at least two of the nuclear power plants. Say a prayer for those in Japan and their … Continue reading

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Punk & Hip-Hop Collide At NYC Photo Exhibit

There’s an amazing new exhibition that happening at The Morrison Hotel Gallery down at 313 Bowery (the old CB’s Gallery space) called ‘Catch The Beat: The Roots Of Punk and Hip-Hop’ featuring extraordinary photos by Janette Beckman and David Corio.   … Continue reading

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Ghetto Glitch – Dope Sagittarius

Ghetto Glitch is the new CD by Dope Sagittarius (aka, Luqman Brown, long-time front man for Funkface) and man, I love it.  It’s a barrage of electro-funk, club, rap, reggae, pop and the rock is there of course.  If you … Continue reading

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