Written by Sandra Miller. Posted in Sandra's Daily Buzz

If you know your rock, it's no secret that there are crazy similarities between Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" and the instrumental "Taurus" by Spirit, but they've never filed a copyright infringement case.  That could change. An article in Bloomberg Businessweek suggests that Jimmy Page may have borrowed a riff from 1968's "Taurus" to create the opening of "Stairway" in 1970. Spirit bassist, Mark Andes, says the two bands played several shows together in 1969 and he believes Page heard them doing "Taurus." Spirit guitarist Randy California, who wrote "Taurus," said, "It was a ripoff and the guys made millions of bucks on it and never said ‘Thank you,’ never said, ‘Can we pay you some money for it?’ It’s kind of a sore point with me. Maybe someday their conscience will make them do something about it.” California died in 1997 and now Andes is working with a legal team. Check out the two songs and decide for yourself...

Written by Sandra Miller. Posted in Sandra's Daily Buzz

Record Store Day - the day artists release special vinyl albums to independent record stores - is tomorrow 4/19. For all you serious collectors - here is a link of all the 2014 Record Store Day releases...



Some of this years highlights include - four Aerosmith vinyl releases -  Rocks, Draw the Line, Night in the Ruts and Rock in a Hard Place. The Allman Brothers Selections from: Live at the Beacon Theatre 1992. David Bowie 1984 picture disc. The CCr 1969 singles. Nirvana's  "Pennyroyal Tea"/"I Hate Myself and Want to Die" seven-inch single was set to be the final release from In Utero but was canceled after Kurt Cobain's death. Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes' Live at the Greek album is available on vinyl for the first time as a triple-disc set. Green Day's Demolicious features 18 demos recorded in 2012 during the sessions for the band's Uno!, Dos! and Tré! album trilogy. Soundgarden's Superunknown: The Singles feature 10-inch versions of all five singles from the 1994 album. Devo, The Doors, Fleetwood Mac... I could go on all day! Check out the complete list at the link above & Happy Record Store Day!!

Written by Sandra Miller. Posted in Sandra's Daily Buzz

Metallica & Roger Daltrey both have some new music for you check out. Metallica debuted a new son in Columbia Sunday night & now they've posted the demo for "Lords of Summer" on YouTube. Roger Daltrey has teamed up with former Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson for a new album. Going Back Home will be out on April 8th. The first single is "I Keep It to Myself." The album contains 11 songs, including a cover of Bob Dylan's "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window." CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS HERE.

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