Jeff Buckley may be dead but his record collection lives on in a new site brought to you by Legacy Records and the artist’s mother. Plus, three new artists have something to say and three new compilations are brilliant examples of the might and majesty of Alligator (USA), Stony Plain (Canada) and Ace (England) Records.
Decker has self-released six studio records in the last seven years but his recent “Snake River Blues” is one of the best music releases of the year.
There was never another band like It’s a Beautiful Day. Even amidst the manic fervor of mid-late sixties San Francisco.
The Music of Neil Young by Chris Wade (Wisdom Twins Books) With the second volume of Neil Young’s Archive anthology still hanging fire somewhere betwixt here and who-knows-where, but Young’s own current release schedule still raining down albums like it’s …
Time to talk about some rather delicious 45 RPM treats!
Bob Dylan’s new “Fallen Angels” (like his previous “Shadows in the Night”) turns to the Great American Songbook.
The “Encyclopedia of KISS” is a really fun reference for both those who are familiar and unfamiliar with the rock band, KISS.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame chews off some tasty Bubblegum stars for its latest inductions, plus a great British vocalist and an incredible bass player
The latest Power Pop reviews from John Borack, including the Anderson Council, Arvidson & Butterflies and others.
This month, Ruby Dee & the Snakehandlers, release an album of rockabilly, swing, country and R&B all mixed into one. “Little Black Heart” will be released July 22nd on Catty Town Records, a new American roots label.