I’ve been spending too much time arguing with people on Facebook and deploring the Trump phenomenon to remember to cross-post my Star Maker Machine posts. So, a little catching up is appropriate to end the work week:
Here‘s a piece about ’70s Canterbury scene prog-rock band National Health and their song “Tenemos Roads.”
Here‘s one about obscure British blues/folk/metal band Led Zeppelin’s “Four Sticks,” from an album without a title, which probably hurt its sales somewhat.
And here‘s my most recent one, about a Family project from members of the extended Thompson (as in Richard and Linda) clan.