Well, that’s a pretty big one.
The man cultivated a real thunderous bass sound, whether with Cream or any of his other heavy blues projects. Every group he was in was a “supergroup” before the term even existed in rock music.
Then he nurtured his psychedelic side throughout his solo albums, often adopting a folksy feel, keeping it tender.
Whether or not you like everything he did (I don’t, to be honest) you can’t deny Jack was a huge presence in a crazy and amazing time in rock history.
Much respect. Rest easy, Jack.
A rainy, dismal night in Brooklyn tonight. Let this mix of vintage warmth spread all over you.
That sounded better in my head.
Keep warm this weekend & don’t forget to check out http://www.AffinityRadio.net if you happen to be free on Tuesday nights.
Thanks for all the support! -Adam E. Industry
What a week, man. Computer failure, impending child birth, lots of goings on. Fortunately I had this hour of vintage rock and soul bidness to get to. You should get to it, too.
You might have already heard this news, but it bears repeating. In addition to being able to hear all the vintage power of the show on it’s home station, BBOXRadio.com, some nice folks in the UK have decided syndicate OTRRH every week!
Every Tuesday at 10pm BST (that’s 5pm here in NYC) you can hear the latest episode streaming on http://www.AffinityRadio.net. The folks over there have been nothing but kind so far, and are just trying to keep vintage music alive via their small online operation in Kent, UK.
Thanks so much to everyone who continues to listen, and again to the nice folks at Affinity. Now my UK listeners can hear the show late Tuesday if they like, instead of first thing Thursday morning. I’ll continue to get this great music out into the world every way that I can!
-Adam E. Industry