Goldmine’s July issue covers Moody Blues’ “Days of Future Passed” 50 years on, in interviews with both bassist John Lodge and drummer Graeme Edge.
A vinyl tribute to John Wetton, who gained fame as the lead vocalist and bassist in a quartet which was called the first super-group of the ‘80s, Asia.
Drummer Alan White on Yes finally getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and other ongoing activities.
Debby Boone had the biggest single of the ‘70s, singing the title tune from the film “You Light Up My Life,” making it Warner Brothers biggest single of all-time.
George Merrill, the owner of Gem Dandy Products is an audiophile’s friend, and he is an even closer friend to vinyl lovers. A Q&A with Merrill proves why.
It’s always a pleasure to welcome a player into the vinyl reissue market, especially when it’s one that pays as much attention to detail as Culture Factory.
On March 10, we lost Joni Sledge and remember her with the flip side of the vocal quartet’s biggest hit. By Warren Kurtz Sister Sledge Flip side: Easier to Love A side: We Are Family Top 100 debut: April 28, …
On May 27, just months after we lost the Allman Brothers Band’s drummer Butch Trucks, we lost Gregg Allman. We remember him with the flip side of his solo Top 40 hit. By Warren Kurtz Gregg Allman Flip side: Multi-Colored …
Learning about Gregg Allman’s death was an unwelcome shared experience. Now it’s time to share pathways to the music that built his legacy.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper” with this interactive album cover!