El lunes 20 de junio habrá luna llena y no estará sola.
Éste era el cartel
y estos son dos álbumes de fotos de lo que fue.
Según la mirada de José Luís Luna Rocafort
Gracias a ambos por compartir su punto de vista. A continuación.
I am working on a new book about Crosby, Stills & Nash, which will have a totally different approach from any other book about them and it will be quite unusual in the "rock music books" league.
Their story will be told through anecdotes, memories, visuals and memorabilia contributed by fans, even including CSN peers and people who've been working with them.
The book will be exclusively focused on their MUSIC and on their artistic endeavors.
No gossips or similar stuff.
It would be great to know from you:
- when was the first time you listened to their music?- when was the first time you saw them in concert?
- what do they / their music mean to you?
- do you have any special memory / anecdote?
- which are your favorite 5 CSN songs?
No need to answer to all of them but you might have some nice stories to tell and it would be great to read them.
Also I am looking for nice unusual pictures and scans / images of memorabilia (tickets, passes, flyers, etc).
I know the scan process would be very time consuming, so you might take some "collective" pictures
of items and I might tell you what I do not have / might need for the book.
Your contribution would be much appreciated.
Rock legend Neil Young, who has stood against commercialization in music for fifty years, sold out with a bang on Monday by singing at a private party for a French billionaire.
Young had refused to play private gigs throughout his career, and has famously refused to license his songs for commercial products.
For Rock fans of all ages, Young has symbolized integrity while other icons of rebellion like Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones leased their classic songs to commercials for cars and lingerie and worse.
Young is a strident activist for environmental protection, marching against fracking and Monsanto, railing against government and war and the debased quality of recorded music in the age of iTunes and mp3′s.
Singing for billionaire Édouard Carmignac at a private party at the Théatre Mogador in Paris, Neil Young threw it all away.
According to Rolling Stone, Young wrapped up the show with Carmignac, an investment banker with a net worth of $1.54 billion, joining him to sing harmony on a 1990 song called ‘Fucking Up.’
Yep, Neil Young, you have fucked up, big time.
We forgave you for leaving your wife of a hundred years for fish-faced homewrecker Daryl Hannah (not me personally but some of us) and tried to dismiss it as a senior-life crisis.
But now it’s official. The dream is over. Keep on rockin’ in the plutocracy.
De la revista POP DUST.