This Day in Rock History
Just kickin back today, restin a sore leg/knee. Have a pork shoulder on the smoker with a few brats and some bacon. Mild weather on the west side today, very nice actually. Gonna get a couple wrenches/tools out and replace the radiator in my 84 Dodge Ramcharger, soon as I can muster up a little motivation. Would like to send my condolences out to Glock, sorry to hear bout your brother. Also sorry to hear bout BDR.
The lover of life is not a sinner, the ending is just a beginner, the closer to you get to the meaning the sooner you'll know that you're dreaming.. RJD
This day in Rock History,
Jerry Garcia with the Grateful Dead passed away. I was fortunate enough to check out a Dead concert back in the day. Actually, thinking bout it now, some very strange events took place at this concert.
Kiss performs on MTV unplugged. In my mind this was an outstanding performance. It showcased the musical talent of the band members. All in all, I was really fond of the MTV unplugged series.
Pink Floyd released their album More in the US, this was after band member Syd Barrett was no longer a functioning member of the group. This album reaches a little further back than my Pink Floyd interest and fondness of their music begins. In other words, it wasn't this album that got me hooked on The Floyd, Looking back, it probably wasn't until Dark Side of the Moon was release till I became interested in the band. Though afterwards I did start listening to their earlier stuff.