Order our Record Store Day Value Pack and get a free e-magazine with the kit from April 13-17.
When you think of Motown artists and records, a signature sound springs to mind. But the label later veered into far-flung musical territory with some surprising artists.
Tammi Terrell was one of Motown’s brightest stars of the 1960s. Her duets with Marvin Gaye became instant soul classics, and her tragic death from brain cancer just shy of her 25th birthday helped to cement her status as a musical icon.
Rock-Ola’s jukeboxes feature the old-school styling and craftsmanship of the mid-century-era while boasting the best in touch screen and digital sound.
Win this “music movie bundle” as part as a special Record Store Day promotion from Warner Bros. Entertainment — and a Blu-ray player to watch them on!
Rhino Records has partnered with Goldmine to deliver some classic rock reissues The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and/or Captain Beefheart.
The Who celebrating their 50th anniversary with songs that they’ve scarcely ever played got Goldmine’s resident Whooligans thinking. Here are our suggestions for “The Who Hits 50” set list.
The Frantic Four. Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster and John Coghlan… yes, they were Status Quo between 1970 and 1976. And now the band are releasing some quality recordings of those days.
Enter for a chance to win the new Kansas documentary, “Miracles Out of Nowhere” on Blu-ray. Goldmine will pick five (5) winners by Friday April 3, 2015.
If you own only one Allman Brothers album then make it “At Fillmore East.” But now there’s “The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings,” available in your choice of three Blu-ray discs, six CDs or four LPs.