by John M. Borack Here’s some quick ruminations on a handful or two of discs both new and not-so-new… Maxi Dunn’s Edmund & Leo finds the UK songstress back with another pleasant collection of tunes. “Change the Record” is one …
Garbage played a fantastic show at New York City’s Terminal 5 on Friday, March 22nd, performing both old favorites and tracks from their latest album.
The Who and Elvis Costello and The Imposters performed a terrific fundraising benefit concert for Teen Cancer America and New York City’s Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center at the Theater at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, February 28th.
With the possible exception of an imagined Beatles collaboration, no regrouping was ever as keenly anticipated as Cream’s 2005 reunion at Royal Albert Hall.
This first-rate documentary looks back at George Martin’s incredible career as a producer, both with The Beatles and well beyond the band.
Eagle’s Rory Gallagher reissue program continues with this solid, overlooked album from 1982, the follow-up to the flashier and more expensive-sounding “Top Priority” from ’79.
Journey’s colorful history provides strong material as author Neil Daniels recounts the good, the bad and the ugly.
This documentary on the rise and fall of The Beatles’ Apple Records label is basically an informative view of the period from 1968 to 1975.
Ram could be considered Paul McCartney’s “Sgt. Pepper.” There’s a grab-bag, something-for-everybody musical approach, with folk, rock, pop and orchestrations.
As The Who prepares to wrap up the second leg of its Quadrophenia tour, one thing is for sure: The wait was well worth it.