Pretty good comeback for a rock star.
Sheila E. expounds. (2-minute video.)
And a lot of that funk is being simple.
The Grateful Dead, 10/9/76. Beautifully done and where else can you hear references to Ben Franklin and the Liberty Bell in popular music?
"But it also clarifies how McCartney and Lennon stood on either side of the generational disagreement about how entertainers should present themselves to the public. Two years younger, McCartney has spent his entire career sticking to a Silent Generation view that entertainers exist to uplift the people, hence must stay as relentlessly on-message as the most rigorously trained political figure. Sunny charm has been Paul’s brand since Day One."
Related: "Paul McCartney: Funniest Interview Ever".
Why he left--temporarily--Bruce and E Street.
The fact that David Crosby and Keith Richards are still alive and well gives hope to all of us rapidly aging folks.
That "nearly every note the band played live can be listened to for free" is amazing enough, but a guy writes that the comments on said music are also great.
It didn't give me "goosebumps," but it sure is unusual.
From the movie Stop Making Sense: Talking Heads.
This ain't no party.
This ain't no disco.
This ain't no foolin' around.
"Why Springsteen never made another album like ‘Born to Run,’ and other questions only Mike Appel can answer"
In a nutshell, the Boss wanted to be the next Elvis.