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Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of Hall of Fame inductees includes tunesmiths from the ’50s to present day, with Dave Appell, Billy Steinberg and Rod Temperton gaining induction
Delaney & Bonnie’s first and finest record, 1969’s “Home,” was recorded at the Stax studios in Memphis with Stax house musicians joining the duo.
One of the most exciting announcements of the last year or so was the news that the MVD Entertainment Group is now handling the Bear Family catalog.
Throughout the first half of the 1970s, and on from there, too, Germany’s Brain label was one of the pillars of the Krautrock community, and more.
Michael McGear Woman (CD) (Estoteric/Cherry Red) The biggest surprise about Michael McGear’s first solo album was probably the fact that it didn’t sound like Michael McGear. Far more familiar as a member of the Scaffold et al, than a “serious” …
Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of Hall of Fame inductees includes Berry Gordy Jr., Mort Shuman, Freddie Perren, Desmond Child and several more
Walsh’s masterpiece, 1978’s “But Seriously Folks…,” is an introspective work, often compared thematically to “Pet Sounds” but set in the ’70s.
Derrick Anderson – “A World of My Own” (Omnivore Recordings) As a member of the much beloved Andersons from 1995-2004, Derrick Anderson was a major player in the Los Angeles …
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