Frontwoman Lou Reid discusses “Tramlines” single and other topics in a Q&A.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions include The Charlie Daniels Band, The Ramsey Lewis Trio, The Tremeloes, Jimmy Smith and Glenn Frey
Jay Blakesberg’s photography book “Hippie Chick: A Tale of Love, Devotion & Surrender” celebrates women who are inspired by, and help inspire, live music.
This New York-based trio takes sort of a “Foo Fighters Meet the Beatles” approach — evident in this exclusive video premiere for Goldmine.
Regardless of the success of “Both Sides” as a long-play, clearly it comes down to the extras in this expanded reissue making all the difference.
In a world filled with choices, it is my contention that listening to the heavy metal screeching bombast of Cradle Of Filth makes the soothing sounds of James Taylor all the more profound. Likewise, Taylor’s beauty, “Before This World,” makes me yearn for the alt-rock of 311. And vice-versa. It’s all good, as they say.
“All Across This Land” is a 5-star song in the same vein as the great classic hard rock of the ‘70s.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions include Alice In Chains, Mott the Hoople, Blue Oyster Cult, Peaches & Herb and Juice Newton
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The Faces Faces: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (1970-1975) (Rhino box set) There, it’s been said. The Faces were never as good as we all thought they were. Live, they were sensational, and all the old clichés …