A WHITER SHADE OF PALE

According to a chart compiled for BBC 2 in 2009 today, “A Whiter Shade of Pale” was the most played song in public places in the past 75 years.

LED ZEPPELIN: HOW MANY MORE TIMES (1969)

Led Zeppelin’s “How Many More Times” is included in my in-progress Spotify Playlist Stormbringers & Mammoth Riff Riders—a heavy package of big lumbering brontosaurus riffs to kick out coronavirus. Other than Led Zep there’s also old school veterans from the likes of Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, et al.

SEND ME A POSTCARD

Soundtrack to the end of world. Apocalypse is coming, darling.

Kiss – Dynasty

Today is the 40th anniversary of Dynasty. It’s the seventh studio album of Kiss. It restored the band to commercial prominence, reaching #9 on the US Billboard album chart and was certified platinum.

Black Betty

Hello again Monday. Here’s a down and dirty groove, killer rock riffs to beat the blues: Black Betty.

Max Havelaar – Tumaritis

Setelah menyelesaikan seluruh proses rekaman, akhirnya Max Havelaar akan mengeluarkan debut full albumnya di awal Februari 2016.

Indonesia Maharddhika di Rock Spot

Setelah peluncuran resmi album kompilasi INDONESIA MAHARDDHIKA yang memperoleh sambutan amat hangat di Galeri Indonesia Kaya, mal Grand Indonesia, pada 21 Agustus silam, legiun progressive rock rasa Nusantara kembali naik panggung pertunjukan.

Indonesia Maharddhika

Beberapa bulan belakangan ini saya ikut terlibat dalam penggarapan album kompilasi INDONESIA MAHARDDHIKA (IM) yang berisikan sepuluh lagu dengan padu padan antara rock, jazz, pop, serta sedikit klasik

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