Howard Kaylan of The Turtles and Frank Zappa's The Mothers has written a memoir book that is planned for an April release.
Rolling Stone has published an excerpt that includes the story about The Turtles' performance at the White House in 1969 at Tricia Nixon's coming-out party.
Tony Sheridan who worked with The Beatles in the very early stages of their carreer has died at the age of 72.
The Beatles met Sheridan in Germany in the early 60's and they backed him up by on the record My Bonnie in 1961, the groups first recording session.
New CD out on Cordelia Records to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Frank Zappa's final tour in 1988, as well as marking 20 years since his passing: 15 Zappa influenced artists/groups perform the tunes that Frank Zappa covered during the '88 tour.
1. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Red House Smash Hits
2. Jimi Hendrix - Jam Back at the House Live At Woodstock
3. Frank Zappa - Sharleena The Lost Episodes
4. David Bowie - Growin' Up (bonus track) Pin Ups
5. Jimi Hendrix - Midnight War Heroes
6. Jethro Tull - Flying Dutchman Stormwatch
7. Electric Light Orchestra - In Old England Town ELO 2
8. Jimi Hendrix - Lover Man Live at Woodstock
9. Frank Zappa - A Token of My Extreme Joe's Garage
10. Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb The Wall
11. John Miles - Slow Down - Stranger In The City 12. Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile - More Experience Vol. 2 13. Gentle Giant - Playing the Game - The Power and the Glory 14. Jimi Hendrix - Message of Love - The First Great Rock Festivals of the Seventies 15. Jesus Christ Superstar - What's the Buzz/Strange Thing Mystifying - Jesus Christ Superstar (rock opera) 16. Jimi Hendrix Experience - Stars that Play with Laughing Sam's Dice - Smash Hits 17. Jesus Christ Superstar - The Temple - Jesus Christ Superstar (rock opera) 18. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Wind Cries Mary - Smash Hits 19. Steely Dan - Black Friday - Katy Lied 20. The Alan Parsons Project - A Dream Within a Dream - Tales of Mystery and Imagination
------------------------------------------------------- Chart compiled by listeners voting on the songs they hear on Radio Dupree
Jimi Hendrix takes the top spot yet again and pops up seven more times in the Top 20. A couple of tracks fromJesus Christ Superstargot popular and the charts closer; Alan Parsons Project, is quite fitting when we take a look at our Album of the Month.It is Pink Floyds The Dark Side Of The Moon where engineer Alan Parsons made a sizeable contribution!