The question is not “why is there so much bad music out there?” The question is, “why has so much of it made its way into your record collection?”
Prince’s iconic wardrobe, guitars, memorabilia and more to rock the auction stage at Hard Rock Cafe New York, Friday, May 18, 2018.
In the end “Jimbo,” Stevie Ray Vaughan’s first guitar, sold for $250,000.00 and was the highlight at Heritage Aucitons April 15, 2018 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction. But there were other notable items that sold, too.
The top records sold in Tefteller’s ’50s and ’60s R&B Vocal Group 45s auction (closed April 5).
The Bordellos Debt Sounds (thebordellos3.bandcamp. com/releases) It’s taken ten years for this to get a proper release… ten years since the Bordellos spent ten consecutive Friday nights laying down seventeen songs on a heap of machines, not one of which …
Upcoming records shows and events, including Danbury Record & CD Expo on April 15 and The Atlanta Record and CD Show on April 22.
Music reviews ranging from Residents to Jim McCarty.
When viewed against the backdrop of the influence he would exert upon popular music, Syd Barrett’s recorded body of work is remarkably small. Picking the 10 “best” Barrett songs was no easy task.
by Dave Thompson The last few months have seen a slew of Velvet Underground reissues hit the racks – the anniversary reissue of their first, a colored vinyl re-do of their last, and a double package of out-takes. All excellent, …
In last month’s auction from John Tefteller’s World’s Rarest Records, Rolling Stones 45s (with picture sleeves) were such a hit that one single, “Heart of Stone,” led the auction by selling for over $1,000.