Zero to 180 – Three Minute Magic

Discoveries of a Pop Music Archaeologist

Tag: This Town Ain't Big Enough For the Two of Us

"Meu Mundo É Uma Bola"

When Pelé Tried His Hand at Pop

Thanks to my neighbor Stan, who graciously lent me a documentary, Once in a Lifetime, about the New York Cosmos and the groundbreaking-though-ill-fated North American Soccer League.  While last weekend’s recent record snowstorm raged, I was riveted to the screen, grateful to have power — and incredulous that the most

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"Happy Hunting Ground"

“Happy Hunting Ground”: Astoundingly, the Band is Not English

Indiscreet, the fifth (Tony Visconti-produced) album by Los Angeles band, Sparks, was released in October 1975 on Island Records, who issued two singles from the album – neither of them including, oddly, the winsomely rocking, “Happy Hunting Ground“: Trevor White:  Guitar Dinky Diamond:  Drums Ian Hampton:  Bass Ron Mael:  Keyboards

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