Eight Songs That Provide Insight Into Upcoming Book Of Poems From Lou Reed
As winter finally gives way to spring and you start looking for something to read, try Lou Reed. A book of poetry written by the late music artist has been published, and it will be made available in April. Issued by Anthology Works the book, which is titled Do Angels Need Haircuts?Bohemian Rhapsody – Marvel Or Drivel?
This witty and entertaining feature asks whether the 1975 hit Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen is a marvellous, innovative rock song or merely pretentious drivel. Also a review of the TV documentary ‘The Making of Bohemian Rhapsody’ the article makes a case for the song being overrated but also acknowledges factors of its enduring popularity.When Two Sevens Clashed – The Year Of The Clash
In reaction to harsh economic times and the worst indulgences of mid-Seventies rock, The Clash emerge and give voice to a generation of disaffected youth. In a year when many sense foreboding due to the clash of Two Sevens, The Clash roar out of rundown West London with the Greatest Debut Album in the history of rock.Don’t Look Back With Candour – How Oasis Conquered The World
In just over two years Oasis, fronted by sniping siblings Noel and Liam Gallagher, rise from obscurity to the most talked about rock group on the planet. Over two nights In August 1996 they appear before a quarter of a million people at the end of a summer when their debut album and its follow-up have gone multi-platinum. But as they take the stage is this still the beginning for Oasis – or the beginning of the end?Viola, Cello and Violin Bows – Bow Bugs and Bad Hair Days
Tiny, bow hair-eating bugs really exist and they can wreak costly harm to violin, viola and cello bows. Save yourself aggravation and money by following these preventive steps. Almost all decomposition is actually the work of small bugs and microorganisms. That includes the unfortunate destruction of the hairs of cello, viola and violin bows, the work of millimeter-size bugs known as dermestidae or “skin beetles.”