Unflinching memoir reveals how reclusive 70s icon battles with a disease that makes her skin crawl, is haunted by stalkers and the heartache of giving her daughter up for adoption
by Caroline Howe
September 1, 2014
Good Morning …
The thoughts on organized religion that follow aren’t that out of step with the thinking of many these days. But this isn’t “these days.” It’s 1963 and these are the thoughts of The Chairman.
More Music Billboards in Los Angeles.
Ladies and Gentlemen, The Grateful Dead.
Mick Jagger & John Lennon, looking psychedelic even in black and white.
JJ was the Station Manager at UWO’s WRST and just beginnging to get the hang of ordering me around when “Wind & Wuthering” arrived in the mail. A magical listening experience.
Little Feat was the archetypal ‘70s band. They had a charismatic frontman, who was a guitar virtuoso, they wrote wonderful songs, and they had an influence far in excess of their record sales. They also had awful luck, drug problems, and kept breaking up. With the release of a box of all of their Warner Bros. recordings, Rad Gumbo, Ed Ward tells their story.