I state my case that decade from 1975/76 to 1985 was the greatest continous decade of music, primarily because of the variety of styles that emerged, but also because the advances in technology and media formats brought about a broad abundance of music.
I’m going back to school to study music production & promotion.
I hope to write many articles as an investigation into the world of modern music that I’ve grown up with, grown to love and evolved with over time. So many songs – before, during and after my youth and right up to today – have different meanings for me and many of them have context within our new planetary realm and experience of Covid-19. Over the coming weeks, I’ll dig …
Don’t You Forget About Me is a perfect addition to any 80s soundtrack but almost wasn’t recorded by the band Simple Minds. Anyone that knows anything about the movie Breakfast Club will instantly appreciated the Covid context of waiting.
Celebration Day – a no-brainer for the post-Covid soundtrack. And some thoughts on getting a call from a guitar genius offering to coach amateurs through lonely days of self-isolation.