Some of the interesting responses that we've gotten, both good and bad...
Fred Mills (Blurt Magazine)
That Gin Blossoms piece was great. I actually did an essay on that song myself once, maybe about 7 years or so ago. It always brings me to my knees.
Hello. I read your article on (T. Rex's) the Slider. Not once was the raw, seductive, sweaty sex the album oozes from front to back mentioned. What gives? Best Regards,
THE AUTHOR (Ryan Settee) RESPONDS
Of course, the sweaty seductive sex that The Slider oozes is implied! :)
Jimmy Page's Dubious Recording Legacy
Just a short note, as a big JP and LZ fan, but always dubious about his refusal to aknowledge some of his inspiration, I think u nailed, in in this article. Rock up a good old blues/folk number with a strong drummer, good guitar and RP unusual vocals. But I guess some one woud have done it. But they should aknowlege thier inspirations, it would only enhance thier credibility, which they don't need anyway...sad.
Thanks for an insightful balanced view, of what is still and alway will be an iconic band in Rock History...forever.
your bad songs of the seventies article is a fav of mine. Small query: shouldn't it be "Joni Mitchell as a fake hobo ain't an appealing proposition" ?
ED NOTE: Glad you like the article. No, that's exactly what we meant about Rickie Lee Jones- she comes across as Joni Mitchell as a fake boho (as in bohemian). Who knows? Maybe she's a fake hobo too.
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