The Cars are finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And it’s about time. Goldmine caught up with founding member, lead guitarist Elliot Easton for a peek under the hood of The Cars.
Record exec (Audio Fidelity) and co-owner of Rock ’N’ Rolla turntables, Marshall Blonstein, joins the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about the latest “UFO” portable turntable and why vinyl records are so popular again — and how important the format is to younger generations.
Goldmine’s May 2018 issue is on newsstands now, and it’s all about Record Store Day and HBO’s ‘Elvis: The Searcher’ documentary and soundtrack box set.
For 11 years now, and twice a year latterly, Record Store Day is the one (two) day(s) on the calendar when even the most impoverished musical emporium can guarantee a full house. And that’s only one of the reasons why we celebrate Record Store Day every year.
Goldmine Price Guide author Dave Thompson is our guest on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast as we discuss the brand new edition of the Goldmine 45 RPM Record Price Guide, 8th Edition.
Tony Franklin rose to prominence in the ’80s as the bassist with The Firm, the supergroup that grew out of the ashes of the mighty Led Zeppelin, with Jimmy Page leading on guitar. The 10 albums that influenced Franklin’s life built the backbone of his nickname, “The Fretless Monster.”
Guitarist Richie Faulkner of Judas Priest discusses the new ‘Firepower’ LP — the band’s 18th studio album — and other Priestly matters on this podcast episode.
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.
Procol Harum’s Gary Brooker (pianist, singer) is the guest on this episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast.
The year is 1968. The Yardbirds are having a very real communication breakdown. Jimmy Page then reforms the group into what would become the rock ‘n’ roll behemoth known as Led Zeppelin.