Linda Ronstadt–You’re No Good (1975)

One of the things I enjoy doing is tracing a song back to it’s roots. In the over 60 years since rock has become a viable musical force, there has been countless covers by many artists, and today we look at one of my favorites from the 70’s. The song’s writer, Clint Ballard Jr. began more

David Bowie–The Width of a Circle (1970)

Often I will feature songs that are of interest, but don’t really have a lot to say about it. Tonight we get things going with “The Width of a Circle” which was the lead track from the 1970 album, “The Man Who Sold the World”. The lineup on this song include:

Bowie: lead vocals, acoustic guitar

Miek Ronson: electric guitar, backing vocals

Tony Visconti: bass guitar, backing vocals

Woody Woodmansey: drums