Nearly 40 years ago, writer Sam Graham began work on a book about the suddenly very hot rock group Fleetwood Mac. He spoke with each of the five musicians and accompanied them to some gigs in suburban Detroit.
In 2014, when we think of the microprocessor, we tend to think of the personal computer or cell phone. While researching the history of the microprocessor, I discovered a way in which it turned up in our culture in the most pervasive way it could have: Music.
Hours before they played a sold-out show at Webster Hall in New York City, the Sounds performed a stripped down version of their title track off their current LP, and took time for a chat about their success thus far.