Posts Tagged ‘Woodstock’

By Hans Ebert Some of you might remember listening to “Teach Your Children” by Crosby, Stills and Nash. Yes, it was back in the day, but those sentiments probably apply more to today than before. And that’s because everything points to us having done a pretty crappy job of teaching our children. Either that or [...]

By Hans Ebert When they were not there, it’s impossible for those here who weren’t there to understand where you have been, how far you have travelled, mentally, physically and metaphorically, whom you’ve met along the way, those you’ve lost along that journey of life and everything you have seen and heard and all that [...]

After great artists like Aretha Franklin, Lady Soul herself, and James Brown, the Godfather of Soul who, I will admit, I never ever got as a kid, there was a quaint term called “blue-eyed soul”. As for this “blue eyed soul”, did it start with Janis Joplin and Joe Cocker or even the brilliant Leon [...]