Steve Winwood & Free (Amsterdam, July 1970). From left to right: Stevie Winwood, Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke, Paul Kossoff
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The B-Sides features the Free family tree including four songs from the seminal 70's band, cuts from Bad Company and solo work from Free's original guitarist, Paul Kossoff and his band Backstreet Crawler.
The B-Sides takes a look at blues rock from The Yardbirds, featuring Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck to Peter Frampton's latest all blues album. Also included Humble Pie, Rory Gallagher, Led Zep and ZZ Top.
There's something vintage Old Testament about the whole story, something that feels like myth. But it happened; and just a bit north of Topeka, an unkept highway marker up on a hill tells part of the story that can't be doubted. What can is far more fascinating.
It looks like there may be a new law enforcement facility in the near future in Sioux City. The Woodbury County Board of Supervisors voted last night to advance discussions regarding the construction of a new center. The project would cost an estimated cost of $49.5 million.
The former head of the Iowa Department of Human Services says he was asked to resign his position after refusing a request from Governor Kim Reynolds. Jerry Foxhoven says the governor asked him to continue paying the salary of a woman moving from his department to the governor's office.
Foxhoven says he didn’t approve paying the salary of Elizabeth Matney, because he believed she was already being paid by the state for her new position. Foxhoven says he was fired two days after that decision.