Kaoz Library

Tales From The Stage - Volume 1

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Sometimes metalheads think they know an artist to a level that they get frustrated when one of their idols decides to change direction in music or even choose political sides. One way to avoid hitting icebergs like those is to read interviews and see how your favorite artist responds to questions that you’d like to do if you had the chance. Unfortunately, the quality and the level of details one can get from published interviews strongly depends on the interviewer who most of the times is not a fan like you and, in the worst cases, has absolutely no idea who is talking to. That means you have to be careful what you are reading and always apply your personal thinking filters to keep what you like and discard the rest.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Sunday, 11 November 2012 12:58

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Dirty Deeds: My Life Outside AC/DC

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It is beyond doubt that Mark Evans was not the strongest wheel in the AC/DC wagon. No, I am not saying that his bass expertise was not enough for the Aussies’ music, but it felt always like an outsider. Maybe the Young brothers were emotionally tough to conquer or maybe it just did not fit. In anyway getting an autobiography from this bass player was more than interesting since he was with the band during the first days of AC/DC when everything was still on the making and the band was working hard to make a living and establish a name in the scene. Please keep in mind that back in those days the internet was an unknown word and getting your name out meant playing live and then playing live some more.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Monday, 03 September 2012 11:57

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