THE MUSICIANS' OLYMPUS
This is intended to be a homage to very many musicians I've loved since I started listening to music. My intention is to tell what I know about them, hoping that those people who like them too, will help me fill numerous gaps, which I may have in their careers and discographies.
There are many great musicians that have their own fantastic web pages, so I won't make new pages for them, although they do deserve to have VIP places in my particular Olympus. They already have their own places on the Internet, I merely want to widen this spectrum.
The site includes a preliminary list of the ones to whom I wish to pay the tribute. Unfortunately, some of them are dead. Most of them don't even have albums of their own, so they had to show their talents in many different groups over the years. This site will reflect their musical career.
I will add more names as soon as I have more free time to dedicate to it.
You can enter my site by clicking on the logo above, or clicking here. © 1997-2003 Miguel Terol Disclaimer and copyright: The copyright of these WWW pages is owned by Miguel Terol unless stated otherwise. The author isn't associated with any of the musicians or groups shown here. Pictures published in this site are included only as a reference, no harm to any copyright is meant. If anyone feels that some picture or text should be deleted from these pages, please contact the author. The author doesn't have any commercial interest in maintaining this site. The only aim is to pay tribute to all those great musicians mentioned here. If you feel interested in them, I recommend you get their official albums. The discography entries are shown only to help people find out about their albums. The original record label in all cases will be the one listed. The author is not responsible for any harm due to some mistake, omission or error shown herein. If you have comments or suggestions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Musicians' Olympus site has been awarded the Legacy Choice Award For Excellence. Legacy Links is the largest collection of sixties rock and roll sites on the web. Their goal is to create a Rock & Roll Intranet by linking sites to a central index. To find out more, please visit their site at: http://www.legacylinks.com/rindex.html