Boz Scaggs, out in market to support his then recent release “Some Change,” performs a KFOG concert — which now sounds perfect on vinyl.
The album ‘Inner Secrets’ is a controversial album for many Santana fans. It marks a decided move toward album oriented music. However…
Often considered his ‘happy record,’ “New Sensations” casts a light on a different side of Lou Reed without losing any of what has made him an icon.
The one song where John Parr made a real mark in the rock world.
For Record Store Day 2015, John Prine’s Oh Boy Records made a rare contribution to the exclusive vinyl offerings.
In the end Blondie Chaplin made a record that somehow wrapped up the best of what draws us to music of that period.
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.
Walsh’s masterpiece, 1978’s “But Seriously Folks…,” is an introspective work, often compared thematically to “Pet Sounds” but set in the ’70s.
The transition album for Steve Miller, 1969’s “Your Saving Grace,” is Goldmine’s latest Vinyl Find.
At times Bonaroo’s debut record seems to be a bit ambitious and uneven but overall it is certainly a vinyl find.