Communication Breakdown Over the Decades or Have You Become an “Ex” via Text? By Gavin Lakin – Post #9

“The Internet is the most important single development in the history of human communication since the invention of call waiting.” -Dave Barry A rotary phone call dialed late in the evening, a handwritten note left on the nightstand, a tear-stained letter sent via U.S. Mail, a face-to-face conversation where, sadly, it all slipped away in … Continue reading Communication Breakdown Over the Decades or Have You Become an “Ex” via Text? By Gavin Lakin – Post #9

No Place to Ever Arrive: Songs that Defined the L.A. Sound of the 1970s by Gavin Lakin – Post 7

In his landmark book Laurel Canyon The Inside Story of Rock and Roll’s Legendary Neighborhood (2006 Faber and Faber), Michael Walker delivers a smash hit showing us how the L.A. Sound was established in the magical and iconic canyon. From the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Frank Zappa, The Turtles, The Mamas and the Papas, to Crosby, … Continue reading No Place to Ever Arrive: Songs that Defined the L.A. Sound of the 1970s by Gavin Lakin – Post 7

It’s Raining All Over the World by Gavin Lakin – Post 2

In the wee hours of this morning, where I most often find my fingers tapping the keys, a steady downstream of rain raps, raps, raps against my chamber door (window). Rain is often such an evocative and emotional setting in films, songs, novels and as it happens, in real life. Romantic moments with kisses and … Continue reading It’s Raining All Over the World by Gavin Lakin – Post 2