Legal Disclaimer                      © 2015-2019  TDR Enterprises - all rights reserved.                      contact us: don@thedonrocks.com

"Seven-and-a-half minutes of pure musical joy: "That's All Right, Mama," "Blue Moon Night of Kentucky," "Night Train To Memphis," "Amen," "Glad All Over" (not to be confused with the Dave Clark song of the same...

Stay with it until the end, I believe those are some Beatles friends and relatives helping out with the na-na-na-NANA-NAHs. If you feel like doing some na-na-na-nahhhss yourself, crank it up! The Sound Is Close to Perfect, and I found myself singing along.

This post is about the most thoughtful and spiritual member of the Fab Four and the song he wrote that became a standard recorded by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, James Brown and 147 other artists. (George said his favorite version was done by Mr. Brown and...

Rolling Stone has called, "What Is Life" a Classic Song, and Marty Scorsese used it in his Mafia Tribute, "Goodfellas," and the Bio-Film, "George Harrison-Living in the material world." Scott found a good Live Recording from George's 1...

Bonus: When Scott sent this over it seemed somehow appropriate for our time. It's The Beatles and a pristine video of them performing their hit: REVOLUTION,

June 20, 2015

While the official breakup of the Beatles wasn't announced until December of 1970, most everyone in the know knew, or at least suspected, that "Let It Be" was going to be their swan song. So, when the album was delivered to KMPX, the entire staff was wait...

June 17, 2015

The Beatles made a lot of music that is considered classic rock and roll.  One Beatles hit from the mid-sixties however stands out as a classic song, one that will likely still be played a hundred years on.  The Beatles are credited with performing Yesterday, on the He...

June 17, 2015

Magical Mystery Tour (HQ Version)

 

It was none other than Bob Dylan who Turned-On the Beatles for the first time in 1964, at the Delmonico Hotel in New York.  Zimmy reportedly was a daily toker, and attributed some of those obscure lyrics in his songs to his expanded co...

June 15, 2015

They took Twist And Shout, gave it a rock and roll treatment that could still be easily danced to, and in doing so, created one of their most lasting and popular hits, one that climbed to number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the same week that the numbers one thr...

March 30, 2015

I was a little surprised to see this, film of a younger Eric Clapton demonstrating how to play the electric guitar.  Whether or not you’re interested in that subject, watching Clapton at this stage is fascinating.  He’s pretty hippied-out, complete with a turquois squa...

Please reload