It was over thirty years ago, but nobody who lived through the early 1980s is likely to forget their first exposure to the three albums that catapulted Rupert Hine from one side of the producer’s next to the other. Immunity …
Burt Sugarman shares the behind-the-scenes story about the now-legendary show that changed the lives of its viewers — and the way TV operated.
Since the 1940s, one of the most-borrowed composers has been Frederic Chopin.
Here are six modern-day pop songs — some successful, some not — that owe their existence to Chopin.
In the decades since SOTA arrived on the audio scene, the company has established itself among the most highly regarded of all domestic turntable manufacturers.
Check out the latest record show listings, including The Pennsylvania Music Expo March 8 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and The Vinyl Revolution Record Show March 29 in Brooklyn.
While there’s a number of artists (at least five or six) who have remained consistently listenable, and sometimes even bravely so, as they march towards what we might once have termed their dotage… Neil Young, Richard Thompson, [insert your own …
Armed with a want list and wallet, Dr. Disc is on a mission to shop indie record stores. Up this edition: Mississippi’s Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art.
The art of obscurity… because it is an art… is one that few artists can be said to practice with true enthusiasm. Many have obscurity thrust upon them, and you can hear them grumble about it all career-long. Others snatch …
Garry Schrum of Heritage Auctions shares the history and value of a 1960s-era Beatles portrait set based on the famous Dezo Hoffman photos of the Fab Four.
Howard Kaylan shares the scoop on “The Turtles 45 RPM Vinyl Singles Collection,” which features eight 7-inch singles of big hits and artistic highlights.