In our July 2015 issue, we feature acts including Ringo Starr, the Ides of March, and Deep Purple. Again, this month, we continue to share some lesser known flip sides from these acts to discover or rediscover.
Goldmine has just released the 8th Edition of its “Record Album Price Guide.” Author Dave Thompson talks about this standard in record collecting.
Columnist Warren Kurtz takes a look at the flip side songs related to the current issue.
Twelve years ago, Wolfgang’s Vault was born. A musical wayback web portal guaranteed to impress music fans of all tastes and sensibilities. Here’s a peek behind the ‘vault.’
Welcoming in the golden age of record albums found in thrift stores
An official promotional Led Zeppelin album that was never released by Swan Song Records, titled “Led Zeppelin Past, Present and Future,” is now available at auction — direct from a Led Zeppelin specialist and premier Led Zeppelin memorabilia dealer.
Ex-Pantera bassist Rex Brown has a wealth of band items going up for auction through rock ‘n’ roll auctioneer Backstage Auctions from Saturday April 18 thru Sunday April 26.
Rock-Ola’s jukeboxes feature the old-school styling and craftsmanship of the mid-century-era while boasting the best in touch screen and digital sound.
If you own only one Allman Brothers album then make it “At Fillmore East.” But now there’s “The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings,” available in your choice of three Blu-ray discs, six CDs or four LPs.
From 1940-1954, 14 artists had only one Top 10 hit and no other chart hits on the pop charts during that time. This is the story of six — two of which made it to No . 4, one to No. 3 and three that actually reached No. 1.