is a rock and pop documentary series, broadcast and on DVD, starting with The Making of Sgt. Pepper
. There were 38 more albums covered, plus five more in the Netherlands... [more inside]
Euclid James "Motorhead" Sherwood, 1942-2011. Motorhead Sherwood
from the Mothers of Invention passed away on Christmas Day
. He was one of the original Mothers, appeared in 200 Motels
and Uncle Meat
, and was on all of the albums with the original Mothers line-up. (He even showed up again with Jimmy Carl Black, the Indian of the Group, on 1981's You Are What You Is
.) An immensely talented saxophonist, Motorhead played on both Cruisin' With Ruben & The Jets
AND the album For Real!
by the real Ruben & The Jets
It was sixty-five years ago tonight that a child was born in the little town of Burslem [more inside]
Lifting it's script from the abandonned fourth movie, Mad Max will be returning
, sans Gibbo, as a 3D animated feature. I'll see you on the road, skag!
A recently discovered species of polychaete annelid worm
dating from the Silurian now bears the name
of Motorhead fronstman, Lemmy Kilmister
Anarchist rocker and conservative assembly member unite to fight drugs?
Well, one drug anyway
He hates it so much he wants it legalized.
It shouldn't come as a suprise that Lemmy Kilminster - frontman for Motorhead (legendary Guinness-certified loudest band on earth), former editor of his high school paper, former roadie for Jimi Hendrix, and tinnitus awareness spokesman, would speak out against heroin
"The only drug that I ever saw kill people was heroin. Killed my girlfriend and a lot of my generation. It's the only drug I hate." - Lemmy.
But some folks think the nearly 60 year old rocker is not someone "the kids" will listen to.
The most misunderstood and underrated band of the '80's is back.
And they've got a website and a terrific tribute album (featuring Motorhead and Chuck D[!]) to go with it.The Sister, as we S.M.F.'s call them, started off a New York Dolls inspired bar band, testified before Congress, and made some undeniably great videos. The old early 70's publicity photos alone make it worth the click. So "What do you wanna do with your life?...."