Armed with his want list and his wallet, Dr. Disc is shopping and telling. This edition of Record Store Recon: Kiss The Sky Records in Batavia, Ill.
Often referred to by album art — Trunk Cover or Butcher Cover — vs. title, The Beatles’ ‘Yesterday And Today’ values vary based on cover, state and audio variations.
The tour’s legendary three-hour-plus shows blended an electric-acoustic-electric set that have taken on an almost mythic standing in CSNY fan lore.
By the unwritten rules of rock and roll, Toto never should’ve had a hit single (let alone 14). And the band of gifted studio artists is still going strong.
From adapting his first six-string guitar into a four-stringer and using an unusual fret work technique, Mountain’s Leslie West has blazed his own trail.
With the Spencer Davis Group, Traffic and Blind Faith, Steve Winwood rode the first British Invasion into America’s music scene — and he never left.
Guitarist Steve Howe of Yes, Asia and GTR fame reflects on tour life and the last-minute recording rush that always seems to occur in the studio.
From his first chart smash with The Babys to his latest album, John Waite has, thankfully, never lived by the rules. (He even chose 11 LPs for this list!)
Even though Jim Peterik’s bands Survivor and The Ides of March scored chart hits, the singer, guitarist and keyboardist admits he is not a household name.
The late keyboardist co-founded Deep Purple in 1968 with drummer Ian Paice in England, and stuck with it through seven of its eight distinctive lineups.