The testament to how powerful a force in our lives music is comes crashing down on us every once in a while when some stranger who wrote good songs that became a part of our own lives suddenly passes.
Pure Comedy examines such mundane subjects as birth, death, why we’re here in the first place, and how wrong we tend to get it all when we think about it.
Punk spit out New Wave so record labels could make some money and with the help of ever-more powerful synthesizers the table was set for what the 80s would sound like.
Marvin Gaye had a string of hits on the Motown label but it was his work in the early 1970s that resonates the strongest today.
Two things happened during the year that would change music forever: rap left the Bronx and Queens for mainstream radio and MTV launched