Independent artist Art Carter’s new studio album, “Texture,” ticks all the boxes for a complete Americana feel, incorporating rock, blues, country and even gospel into one 15-song CD.
The Honey Pot Ascending Scales (Fruits de Mer 2LP) One hundred releases in eight years. More by the time you read this. Fruits de Mer has established itself among the most resiliant, not to mention tenacious, record labels of the …
At times Bonaroo’s debut record seems to be a bit ambitious and uneven but overall it is certainly a vinyl find.
Before Foreigner, a band named Black Sheep heralded a real rock sound with vocalist Lou Gramm and bassist Bruce Turgon.
Eminently listenable new sounds in jazz (x3), rock, latin, metal and blues.
Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of Hall of Fame inductees includes two responsible for many of the classic lyrics that related to early Rock’s audience and three superstars previously inducted
by John M. Borack Your weary scribe again battled the crowds, the untenable parking and traffic, and the miles and miles of walking (7.5 miles in one day this year) at the 2017 …
The Bordellos Underground Tape Volume 5 (Bandcamp – free download) There’s two ways of looking at the Bordellos. Either they are the most exhilarating noise your garage has made since the days when you were doing useful things in there …
Few rock albums have a back story as rich as the one that belongs to “On The Road To Freedom,” the 1973 release from guitar virtuoso Alvin Lee and southern gospel prodigy Mylon LeFevre.
Johnny quickly followed his debut with an album that most fans consider his best, “Second Winter.”