As an edition to our monthly Quick Picks in Goldmine, here are some more ‘picks,’ recommended by the Editor.
With all the independent music releases out there, it can be hard to separate the good from the bad. Here are some recent releases that we sorted through.
The book “Sound Explosion!” is a supplement to the documentary “The Wrecking Crew” but covers the story in its own unique way.
As he promotes his new solo album, Moody Blues bassist John Lodge has no idea why the Moodies continue to be ignored by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
With the soul of a Leonard Cohen and the husky voice of a seasoned bluesman, Kail Baxley and his album “A Light That Never Dies” come to be a pleasant surprise.
Nothing impresses as much as the debut “Costello Music” but this new LP is durable, determined and, for the most part, a downright pleasure to listen to.
On June 20, the auctioneer will begin its annual Rock Gods and Metal Monsters Auction — consisting of memorabilia from iconic rockers and the heaviest bands on the planet.
On July 10, ABKCO will celebrate the anniversary of “Satisfaction” by releasing a limited edition, numbered 12-inch version of the single on 180-gram vinyl.
Goldmine has just released the 8th Edition of its “Record Album Price Guide.” Author Dave Thompson talks about this standard in record collecting.
Columnist Warren Kurtz takes a look at the flip side songs related to the current issue.