Monthly Archives: May 2003

May 29, 2003

May 29, 2003

A TIMELY CHEER-UP If there ever was a legendary unreleased album, it must have been THE BEACH BOYS’ “Smile”. Originally planned as a follow-up to 1966’s classic “Pet Sounds” and preceded by the “Good Vibrations” single, the project didn’t take off, although the band’s … Continue reading

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May 21, 2003

May 21, 2003

NO SLAMMING THE DOORS While there’s no decision yet regarding Jim Morrison’s family’s demand to ban the current version of THE DOORS from using the band name, a court ruling is issued on the drummer’s John Densmore’s petition on the same subject, … Continue reading

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May 15, 2003

May 15, 2003

BIG FOR THE LAST TIME MR. BIG are no more but, to bid farewell, they resurrected their spirit one more time, the result being “Mr. Big – Influences and Connections”, an album and a DVD which see the band members and their … Continue reading

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May 13, 2003

May 13, 2003

THEY’VE SEEN THAT MOVIE TOO Elton John might have had a huge success when he opted for Tim Rice as a libretto writer for “Aida”, yet it was nothing in comparison with the amount of popularity earned by his partnership with Bernie … Continue reading

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May 11, 2003

May 11, 2003

NEW MINSTREL HALL A young guitarist with a unique style of his own is a rare event but if there’s one that sends shivers down a listener’s spine in the last in the last couple of years, it must beDave … Continue reading

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