Baxter’s Attic

Baxter’s Attic, The Best Headphones Song Ever
There are a lot of great songs that can only be done justice by listening with headphones. This selection is one of my favorite because if you listen very carefully, you can hear Jim Morrison whisper over the lyrics.  This really adds to the eeriness of the song...
Baxter’s Attic, “30 Days in the Hole” Humble Pie
Before Peter Frampton recorded his historic album "Frampton Comes Alive" he was in a little band called Humble Pie. Also in the band was Steve Marriott, who joined the band after leaving Small Faces in 1969.  The band had moderate success with "i Don't Need No Do…
Baxter’s Attic, Clapton Does Dylan and Makes It Epic
Every weekday morning at around 9:35 the Loon ventures into the attic with great music that really doesn't get much airplay. Today's selection is a great song written by Bob Dylan and performed by Eric Clapton. Clapton puts his own twist on it and I have to admit I like Clapton's vers…
R.I.P. Chuck Berry, Truly a Rock and Roll Icon
This past weekend we lost another great. Chuck Berry left the planet at the ripe old age of 90.  Berry was often credited with inventing rock and roll.  In fact, he and Little Richard battled for years over who was the true King of Rock and Roll...
Baxter’s Attic with One of the Greatest Guitar Riffs Ever
Every weekday morning at around 9:25 we venture into Baxter's Attic and feature a great tune.  This morning, we featured a song from the Rolling Stones that boasts one of the best guitar riffs ever.  Check it out and be sure to join us tomorrow for more from the Baxter's Attic...
Happy Birthday, Eddie Van Halen!
Guitar genius, Eddie Van Halen turns 62 years old today.  I've been a big fan of Eddie's since the beginning.  He is better than ever since becoming sober.  I once watched an interview with his ex wife, Valerie Bertinelli, where she stated that she eventually had to leave Ed…
Baxter’s Attic, This Song Was #1 48 Years Ago Today
Hey Jude topped the charts in Britain for two weeks and for 9 weeks in America, where it became The Beatles longest-running No.1 in the US singles chart.  Paul wrote this song for Julian Lennon (John's son) when Julian was going through some tough times with his father who was pretty much …
Baxter’s Attic Joe Cocker ‘You Can Leave Your Hat On”
Joe Cocker, unfortunately, another artist on my bucket list that passed before I could see him in concert. " You Can Leave Your Hat On" was written and recorded by Randy Newman in 1973 but it took Joe Cocker to make it a big hit in 1986 on his album "Cocker"...

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