Across a veritable smorgasbord of goodies, the Quicksilver Messenger Service collection is really beginning to quake. There has rarely been any shortage of releases to keep up with (although we do, strangely, still await a worthy box set of their …
This New York-based trio takes sort of a “Foo Fighters Meet the Beatles” approach — evident in this exclusive video premiere for Goldmine.
Regardless of the success of “Both Sides” as a long-play, clearly it comes down to the extras in this expanded reissue making all the difference.
British folk-based artist Bobby Long noticed his latest album, “Ode To Thinking,” was “a lot more personal than any record I have written.”
Ringo Starr’s new album is a lot like seeing him in performance; it’s all about kicking back and having a good time.
The act best known for ’70s danceable hits takes a different tack. The songs covered on the band’s first album since 2007 are signature songs of the ’60s.
All in all, this Lord of the Rings soundtrack is a successful package — and the high quality vinyl fulfills the sound clarity essentially needed for this very competent score.
This new version of The Who’s heralded 1973 rock opera by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Robert Ziegler, has a great deal to offer.
In 1979, two most foreboding albums crept out of the world of Genesis. The band itself was at the peak of its powers so far, trimmed down to a trio of core musicians, and riding the biggest hit single, “Follow …
Stone Breath Children of Hum Time Moth Eye and the Spectral Light Grave Needs (DarkHollerArts.com) Knowing the category that a band is usually placed into is not the same as knowing what they sound like. Especially when the album to …