Tag: 1970

Stone The Crows: Stone The Crows/Ode To John Law (Angel Air)

Stone The Crows was a short-lived British blues rock band, and this twofer, compiling their first two albums, documents a young band with a lot of power and promise.

Tammy Wynette: The First Lady/We Sure Can Love Each Other (Morello)

This twofer collects two of Tammy Wynette’s early 70s albums, and double down on her stand-by-her-man outlook on life.

Tammy Wynette: The First Lady/We Sure Can Love Each Other (Morello)

This twofer collects two of Tammy Wynette’s early 70s albums, and double down on her stand-by-her-man outlook on life.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: The Conny Plank Session (Groenland)

The results of a “session” between Duke Ellington and Conny Plank is enjoyable, even if it isn’t exactly a very important meeting.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: The Conny Plank Session (Groenland)

The results of a “session” between Duke Ellington and Conny Plank is enjoyable, even if it isn’t exactly a very important meeting.

3AM Eternal: The Beach Boys “I Just Got My Pay” (1969/1970)

A fun and catchy late 60s outtake that celebrates that most special day of the week: payday!

3AM Eternal: The Beach Boys “4th of July” (1970)/A Celebration Concert (1980)

Two offerings today; one, a powerful Dennis Wilson-written rarity, and a potent live video from their 1980 4th of July Washington DC Mall appearance.

3AM Eternal: The Beach Boys “4th of July” (1970)/A Celebration Concert (1980)

Two offerings today; one, a powerful Dennis Wilson-written rarity, and a potent live video from their 1980 4th of July Washington DC Mall appearance.

Heavy Jelly: Heavy Jelly (Angel Air)

A long-lost project from Liverpool singer Jackie Lomax, this album was recorded after his stint on Apple Records, and is just now seeing the light of day.

3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney: McCartney (1970)

  The solo album shot heard ’round the world. The album appeared almost overnight, to the surprise of the world, and heralded the death of The Beatles. Considering the songwriting and arranging¬† of his Beatles work, McCartney felt like a bit of a disappointment. It was still a moderately successful record, but reviews were not… Read More ›