Soft Rock Made Of Hard Drugs

2021-02-07   |   by CusiGO

When making rock chronicles of the 1970s, people usually emphasize the dominance of progressives and grahamians. We often forget that they coexist with a kind of popular music, which has lasted for a long time in its success and easily overcomes Punk’s correction of the whole. We’re talking about California’s soft rock, which has two aspects of singer and country rock, from social connections (everyone goes to bed with everyone), geography (Laurel Canyon myth) and business (sheltered records and director David Geffen’s entire structure)…