Monthly Archives: August 2003

August 28, 2003

August 28, 2003

LICKING THE FUDGE If there’s a band deliciously menacing, VANILLA FUDGE are the one. Having somehow become one of American symbols, they were presented with a banner award, an American flag that was flown over the Capital building in Washington DC, on … Continue reading

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August 21, 2003

August 21, 2003

LET ‘EM ROLL They’re a stronghold and, thus, hard to take by storm, yet THE ROLLING STONES finally succumbed to the modern trends and are letting their fans a good portion of the band’s glorious catalogue for download. For 79 cents per … Continue reading

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August 14, 2003

August 14, 2003

TRAVERS’ COVER TRAVERSE It’s great when a seasoned musician sets about doing classic songs, because he knows his chops well enough to apply his own personality to a well-known song and make it quite his own too. Pat Travers fits the definition … Continue reading

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August 7, 2003

August 7, 2003

FAREWELL, THE SUN LIGHTER Legendary producer Sam Phillips died on July 30th, aged 80. It’s difficult to say what rock ‘n’ roll would have looked like now, if not for Sam, for it was him, the founder of Memphis’ Sun Records, who … Continue reading

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