Among the wealth of archive releases that have appeared so far this year… or any other year, say a certain segment of the glam rock community… surely the most exciting, and certainly the most unexpected, was the full album’s worth …
Old heroes, new albums. Not, as we know from long and bitter experience, necessarily a good idea. But, from the moment “Stay Human” opens Curved Air’s first new album since… hmm, we’ll get to that later… and Sonja Kristina uncages …
Life is risky; accidents happen. That’s why we buy insurance. But the first thing you should do to protect your property is to create a collection inventory.
Whatever you collect — from rare records to more traditional antiques and collectibles — you should take steps to insure and protect your collection.
Armed with his want list and his wallet, Dr. Disc is shopping his way through independent record shops and giving you the scoop on how they rate. In this edition: Rediscover Records in Elgin Ill.
Record Store Day 2014 has faded into history. Which releases are your favorites? Which ones gave you buyer’s remorse? And which do you wish you’d bought?
The contents of the Velvet Underground acetate are nothing new, as a 2012 release was crafted from an identical test pressing. But it is a piece of history.
Kansas’ music wasn’t all that told a story; its album cover art also helped to convey the music’s message. Here are stories behind some memorable covers.
Sears, Roebuck & Co. introduced the Gene Autry Round-up guitar in autumn 1932, when American families regularly tuned in to hear the Singing Cowboy.
The rumors have been swirling slowly for a while now. A whisper here, a mention there, a mumble some place else. A bunch of bands, familiar faces to those of us who now them, intriguing mysteries to those who don’t, all seemingly converging …