Here are selected music release reviews from Goldmine’s January 2017 issue.
It’s a busy time to be a Genesis fan. Busy, as in having an awful lot to listen to, all descending upon your head at once, and if you’re one of those souls for whom the entire history of the …
“A Band Called Death”Image Entertainment DVD/Blu-ray ***** The Punk Singer MPI Home Video DVD **** By Gillian G. Gaar “A Band Called Death” uncovers the hidden history of a Detroit-based rock trio that began playing punk in 1973 but had …
Garbage produced documentaries and music videos with footage from performances, but the band never had a release dedicated solely to a concert until now.
With the possible exception of an imagined Beatles collaboration, no regrouping was ever as keenly anticipated as Cream’s 2005 reunion at Royal Albert Hall.
This first-rate documentary looks back at George Martin’s incredible career as a producer, both with The Beatles and well beyond the band.
The Beatles’ sole animated film, “Yellow Submarine,” was out of print for a long time, until it recently was reissued in new packaging and on Blu-ray.
The Pretenders “Loose in L.A: The Pretenders Live at the Wiltern Theatre, February 2003” Eagle Vision (EVB333849) By Lee Zimmerman I’ll be blunt. If anyone were to ask me straight out who I thought best represented the sass and spirit …
Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan breathes extra (rock and roll) passion into this high-gloss production focusing on Polish classical music genius Frederic Chopin.
This documentary is overflowing with quality live footage and intelligent interviews with Talking Heads, one of rock music’s most renowned bands.