Professor Cocoon
Michael Caine

Michael Caine

Bullitt, 1968. Steve McQueen.

Bullitt, 1968. Steve McQueen.

It’s all about style….

Pete Townshend, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Freddie Mercury, Young Angus, Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger, jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana.

From the documentary “Hail! Hail! Rock n Roll!” by Taylor Hackford [1987] that chronicles two 1986 concerts celebrating rock and roll musician Chuck Berry’s 60th birthday.

Chuck Berry - Guitar, vocals

Eric Clapton - Guitar

Keith Richards - Guitar

Steve Jordan - Drums

Johnnie Johnson - Piano

Chuck Leavell - Organ

Joey Spampinato - Bass

Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash

Bob Dylan: “Of course, I knew of him (Johnny Cash) before he ever heard of me, I Walk the Line’ played all summer on the radio, and it was different than anything else you had ever heard. The record sounded like a voice from the middle of the Earth. It was so powerful and moving.”

Johnny Cash: “I was deeply into folk music in the early 1960s, both the authentic songs from various periods and areas of American life and the new ‘folk revival’ songs of the time, so I took note of Bob Dylan as soon as the Bob Dylan album came out in early ’62 and listened almost constantly to The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan in ’63. I had a portable record player I’d take along on the road, and I’d put on Freewheelin’ backstage, then go out and do my show, then listen again as soon as I came off.”

Forever Young – Bob Dylan (1974) by Luke Lucas

Forever Young – Bob Dylan (1974) by Luke Lucas

Come on Let’s go - Richie valens

For the ladies.
Elvis Aaron Presley, The King of Rock and Roll

For the ladies.

Elvis Aaron Presley, The King of Rock and Roll