Tag: Classic Day

Classic Day – Stiff Bold Lines

Few are regarded so highly by critics and artists alike as Jimi Hendrix. For his graceful, audacious standings and social movements through his music; Hendrix was a living legend that spanned a healthy career through the mid to late 1960’s that would catapult him…

Classic Day – Red Suffering

Madness, Honor, and a thrill for the kill; Death was a band from Orlando, commonly known as the backbone of tourism that gave home to a different breed of tourist in the mid 1980’s. Ranging hard off the soles of punk music, Death came…

Classic Day – New York Stomping

New York has a rich history of hardcore and punk music that reflected directly through the foundation of music history. There are countless bands to choose from that incorporated that rough cut, hard-hitting power of New York’s busy streets with the consistent aggression of…

Classic Day – Speaking Internally

Sixteen-recorded albums later, Stevie Wonder was a gold miner for his musical talents and knew nothing but strength and emotional attachment for describing just how beautiful the world can be inside his mind. His critically acclaimed masterpiece, Innervisions speaks directly to the listener as…

Classic Day – While They Are Hot

Frank Zappa is a man of many sounds and iterations of musical talent; on one hand, he is able to construct these other worlds through music and create near full-motion films through just sound. On the other, Zappa is a creative mind that is…

Classic Day – Transformed

“Lou Reed is the real thing”, a 1972 radio advert read as Lou Reed was going to soon be propelled into international stardom from his David Bowie and Mick Ronson produced and arranged masterpiece, Transformer. From the cult favorites of New York’s seedy underbelly,…

Classic Day – Deceiving Appearances

David Axelrod was well known for his composing skills in jazz music that can best be described as a genre-blending master who worked through sound as a tool. It was a tool used for creation, but also destruction and that is apparent on Songs…

Classic Day – The Rebirth

George Harrison is a naturally legendary person that illustrates an immaculate sense of understanding and enlightenment in not just his personal life, but through a musical stance as well. His 1970 journey, All Things Must Pass has stuck in time for being a reflective…

Classic Day – Breakfast Beats

Wu-Tang Clan is one of the most influential and relevant rap groups in Hip-Hop History. The all star team that came together at one time to launch a global takeover was inspirational for music, and there is not a person on the planet that does not know what “C.R.E.A.M.” means. Ghostface Killah took that first stepping stone and transformed that into a solo career where he would become successful with collaborations, remixes, and lyricism that would shake the foundation of hip-hop once again…

Classic Day – A Sun is Born

Tommy is an international sensation that would propel the British rock band, The Who into unknown ages of fame where their music would become a household name. The story that would grip audiences without their knowledge was the story of Tommy, a loose adaptation on a deaf, dumb, and blind boy who would become the catalyst for The Who’s strange, but prolific journey. Tommy was a record that stood out for its ability to take on the serious topics of molestation, drug abuse, and religion in a subtle manner that is entertaining, but also taps into an emotional chord as well…

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