Back in the early ’80s, I landed my teenage dream-job; working in a record store. Not just ANY record store, but Tower Records, the most venerated chain in music retail history (by my estimation, anyway). Some time in the ’70s, each store in the chain was equipped
It makes me happy to know that “Gomer Pyle” is still being rerun on TV. It would have been doomed to obscurity had it not been a spin off of the all-time classic “The Andy Griffith Show”, but trust me when I say that the star, Jim
I’ll never forget the first time I met Mr T. It was not long after he became famous for appearing as Clubber Lang in “Rocky 3”, and I was working at Tower Records. One of my designated responsibilities was the Spoken Word section, so I was doing
I’ve been a fan of “The Brady Bunch” since its first airing way back in September, 1969. That was forever ago, and although it’s a little tough to admit I’m older than “The Brady Bunch,” I’ve had a lot of great experience collecting memorabilia from the show.
We are DEVO! When trying to impress people with absurd stories, I like to trop out “did I ever tell you about the time I saw Devo naked?” Yep, it’s true. It was forever ago, but it was one of the perks that came from working in
40 years ago this week (at the time of this writing) the English Ska band The Specials went into the studio with producer Elvis Costello to record their self-titled debut LP. Recorded in summer of 1979, the LP was released that October and became a bit of