Fleetwood Mac – The Pious Bird of Good Omen

It’s hard to imagine a band like Fleetwood Mac being popular today, the Peter Green era lineup I mean, playing their white working class blues, with a passion and conviction that belied their age. The Pious Bird of Good Omen was compiled in late 1969, as a way of cashing in on the imminent release of… Read More Fleetwood Mac – The Pious Bird of Good Omen

Jimi Hendrix – Nine To The Universe

When Alan Douglas was asked by Warner Brothers in 1974 to oversee the musical legacy of Jimi Hendrix, I’m sure he must have had mixed feelings about the prospect of being expected to successfully market the music of an artist who was no longer living, and therefore hardly viable from a commercial perspective. But that… Read More Jimi Hendrix – Nine To The Universe