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Behold the bounty of early Fleetwood Mac in a vinyl box set

Fleetwood Mac Then Play On vinyl Rhino

Anybody with an ear for post-1960s rock has a favorite era of Fleetwood Mac. For some, it’s the classic blues-breaking albums that introduced the band to the world. For others, it’s the unicorns and weirdness of the late 1970s; for others still, it’s the sleek beasties that stirred in the aftermath of “Tusk.” But for anyone who sallied forth as often as possible to catch the likes of Foghat and Humble Pie, it’s the post-Green, pre-Buckingham, pre-superstardom era of the big Mac.

Randall and Hopkirk and the Little White Bull

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It was one of British television’s most legendary creations.  Between 1968-69,  Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) told the tale of a down at heel London detective agency whose staff of two full-time gumshoes was tragically halved in the very first episode, …

Bill Nelson – not Be Bop, but still Deluxe

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Be Bop Deluxe were an interesting band.  Regardless of whether or not you actually liked them (and a lot of people didn’t, which is why they remained a defiantly second division act in terms of rock history), they never failed …

Mike Pinder makes a Promise

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In days of old when knights were bold, and monsters stalked the planet… …somebody decided it would be a really good idea for them to all to go out and make solo albums.  Even the drummers. Yes did it, and …

More Fresh Fruits for Fuzz-phazed Fishermen

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Ballet school.  It sounds so elegant, doesn’t it.  Steeped in beauty, laced in loveliness… and a bigger nest of vipers you’ll never stumble upon.  Remember Vicky in The Red Shoes, tumbling in front of an on-coming train?  Remember Black Swan, …