Vinyl record reviews from Amy Rigby and Ben Vaughn to new releases from Experience Hendrix and Run Out Groove.
Spin Cycle reviews music releases from Lords of the New Church to a NWoBHM compilation.
On a 45, if singers’ names are under the wrong song is there a value added? Ask The Expert says… it depends.
More music reviews … from Classic Rock to indie jams.
Released in 1976, ‘Faithful’ was Todd Rundgren’s tribute album to a golden era of rock ‘n’ roll.
Roger Glover and others gathered to tell the tale of… well, a musical adaptation of illustrator Alan Aldridge and poet William Plomer’s ‘The Butterfly Ball & The Grasshopper’s Feast,’ a delightful tale that combined semi-psychedelic intent and art into one of the most enduring childrens’ books of the age.
Five CDs round up what is surely the last word on the Dolls’ unreleased archive, at least so far as listenable artifacts are concerned.
The question is not “why is there so much bad music out there?” The question is, “why has so much of it made its way into your record collection?”
For 11 years now, and twice a year latterly, Record Store Day is the one (two) day(s) on the calendar when even the most impoverished musical emporium can guarantee a full house. And that’s only one of the reasons why we celebrate Record Store Day every year.
The Bordellos Debt Sounds (thebordellos3.bandcamp. com/releases) It’s taken ten years for this to get a proper release… ten years since the Bordellos spent ten consecutive Friday nights laying down seventeen songs on a heap of machines, not one of which …