Don’t subscribe to Goldmine (yet, anyway)? Luckily you can find Goldmine at some of the same fine shops where you find your favorite records.
By Patrick Prince As Robert Plant appears to be distancing himself from Led Zeppelin’s legacy, Jimmy Page has spent the last few years gathering forgotten band material from studio archives. The result is the upcoming release of deluxe editions for …
Sure, Jay Jay French is a rock-star guitarist with Twisted Sister, but he puts his records on the turntable just like the rest of us collectors do.
Collectors love to talk about want lists, equipment and favorite LPs. Twisted Sister’s Jay Jay French gives us a peek at how he collects and enjoys records.
History looks back on the British Invasion as a primarily 45-RPM revolution. Driven by singles, few LPs released by pond-hopping acts get much notice now.
Highlights include a hand-painted color model cel with detailed production notes (especially Ringo’s rings) for The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ characters.
Here are some of the many magazine covers featured throughout Goldmine’s lifespan (which will hit the big 4-0 in 2014). Which ones did you like best?
Use these 10 Commandments to determine the real-world value of the records you buy, sell and collect — no mountain climbing or heavy stone tablets required.
When it comes to thrift-store record shopping, there are finds to be made. You just have to wade through Osmonds, Carpenters and oom-pah band records first.
We’ve all been there: A box of filthy records priced so low, you can’t pass them up. But can you clean them on a budget, too? We put Spin Clean to the test.