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

Roberta Flack–The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (1972)

Roberta Flack turns 80 today…. She had graduated from Howard University in late 50’s as one of the youngest to ever graduate from that establishment (she was 19 at the time) and had planned to continue on to graduate studies in classical piano and voice. However, the death of her father put her in a more

10cc–Art for Art’s Sake (1975)

Off of the album “How Dare You” which was the last album with the original band…

Eric Stewart– lead guitar, lead vocal, backing vocals, electric and acoustic piano, six string and fuzz bass

Graham Gouldman– electric guitars, backing vocals, cow bell, tambourine

Lol Creme — electric guitars, second lead and backing vocals, maracas, Moog synthesizer, Recorder

Kevin Godley–drums, backing vocals, temple blocks