Playing Back the 80s – A Decade of Unstoppable Hits (A PopEntertainment.com Book Review)
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Playing Back the 80s – A Decade of Unstoppable Hits (A PopEntertainment.com Book Review)

Jim Beviglia – Playing Back the 80s (A Decade of Unstoppable Hits) (Rowman & Littlefield) It’s hard to condense the music of an entire decade into a concrete and meaningful listing. That goes doubly for an adventurous and musically rich era like the 1980s. I could probably easily come up with a list of hundreds … Continue reading

The Bee Gees – One for All Tour: Live in Australia 1989 (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)
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The Bee Gees – One for All Tour: Live in Australia 1989 (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)

THE BEE GEES – ONE FOR ALL TOUR: LIVE IN AUSTRALIA 1989 (2018) Featuring Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, George Perry, Alan Kendall, Michael Murphy, Tampa Murphy, Linda Harmon, Phyllis St. James, Tim Cansfield, Vic Martin and Gary Moberley. Directed by Adrian Woods. Distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment. 107 minutes. Not Rated. The Bee … Continue reading

The Turtles – Turtle Talk with Mark Volman
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The Turtles – Turtle Talk with Mark Volman

The Turtles – Turtle Talk with Mark Volman by Ken Sharp “Happy Together”… ”She’d Rather Be with Me”… ”Elenore”… ”Kicks”… ”Good Time”… ”Indian Reservation”… ”Just Like Me”… ”Hungry”… ”This Diamond Ring”… ”Everybody’s a Clown”… ”Young Girl”… ”Lady Willpower… ”One”… “Mama Told Me (Not to Come)”… “Joy to the World.” These are among the classic ‘60s … Continue reading

Three Dog Night in Black and White
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Three Dog Night in Black and White

Three Dog Night In Black and White by Ronald Sklar The feat would be impossible to achieve in today’s market-fragmented world, but back in ’71, the bell-bottomed-and-walrus-mustachioed anthem “Joy To The World,” by Three Dog Night, shone through the polluted air and permeated the culture. In a world already torn every which way but loose, Jeremiah … Continue reading