The album cover for Alice in Chains self-titled album and last with Layne Staley is referred to as the “Tripod” because the album cover features a photo of Jerry Cantrell’s three-legged dog, Sunshine.
Archive | October, 2010
Noel Gallagher February 12, 2007 – in an interview talking about the necklace he bought brother Liam. “I bought him a few presents in the 90’s I bought him a thing from an auction which was an Indian necklace thing that John Lennon wore when he went to see the Maharishi its worth a fortune […]
David Lee Roth is straight…Here’s the best Diamond Dave “fem” photo’s from the Van Halen days. David Lee Roth Valentine’s Day Card. And of course some ass-less leather chaps… (straight for sure)
There has always been great debate about the rivalry between Neil Young and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The song “Sweet Home Alabama” even has some harsh lyrics aimed directly at Neil Young.
The Beatles “Abbey Road” album cover has to be one of the most instantly recognizable band photos ever. Many people have made the trek to the the zebra crossing located just outside the Abbey Road Studio entrance.
The Who had a three-year hiatus after releasing the 1975 album “The Who By Numbers” , as the band had been drifting apart and Keith Moon sunk deeper into alcohol and drug abuse.
It has been well documented that one of Paul McCartney’s Hofner Bass’ still has the set-list from The Beatles 1966 Tour taped to the top of it but we have also found out that John Lennon’s Rickenbacker from the 1966 Tour also has the set-list taped to it.
On the back cover of Van Halen’s Van Halen II, David Lee Roth is pictured doing his trademark splits in mid-air while holding his mic stand.
The belt that Jim Morrison made famous live with The Doors and in many of his photo shoots is called a “concho belt.” A traditional concho belt is unique to the Zuni and the Diné (Navajo), the Pueblo tribes from the Southwestern United States.
Within the collage of photos inside of The Beatles “White Album” there is a small photo of Paul McCartney naked.