Pink Floyd artist Gerald Scarfe talks about “The Wall” art and his relationship with Roger Waters. Also, Carlos Santana’s good vibes and a Jackyl interview.
John Denver LPs — Poems, Prayers & Promises, Rocky Mountain High and Back Home Again — are now remastered 180 Gram colored-vinyl from Night Fever Music.
“Motel Shot Expanded” is available to order exclusively via the RUN OUT GROOVE website until October 4th and will be limited and numbered based on total orders taken at the end of the pre-order period.
Upcoming records shows and events, including Pennsylvania Music Expo on Sept. 10 and the Music Expos CD-DVD Record Show in North Haven, CT on Sept. 17.
After 50 years of making music together, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s career is encapsulated in a retrospective two-disc set via Capitol Nashville/UMe.
the band Focus will release a new 2-CD collection, “The Focus Family Album,” containing unreleased tracks and alternative cuts from the Focus X sessions.
Just in time for Halloween, Legacy Recordings will release a glow-in-the-dark Michael Jackson vinyl record on October 27.
This week’s discography covers Steely Dan, since the music world lost Walter Becker on September 3. Here is a selected Steely Dan record discography.
The Moody Blues offer a belated blast from “Days of Future Passed.” Graeme Edge and John Lodge explain how the band will celebrate the album’s significance.
An interview with Ian McDonald (Foreigner/King Crimson/Honey West) and a chance to win an autographed copy of the Honey West “Bad Old World” CD.