The Complete Doctors of Madness 3-CD box set on RPM/Cherry Red. No apologies. This is what box sets were made for.
One of the most exciting announcements of the last year or so was the news that the MVD Entertainment Group is now handling the Bear Family catalog.
Throughout the first half of the 1970s, and on from there, too, Germany’s Brain label was one of the pillars of the Krautrock community, and more.
Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s February 2017 issue, including The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers, Kate Bush, Jerry Garcia, Quick Picks and more.
Here are selected music release reviews from Goldmine’s January 2017 issue.
To say that Ian Hunter and, before he launched his solo career, Mott the Hoople mean a lot more than they ever sold is something of an understatement. Mott’s biggest hit single was their first, more than two years before …
This reissue of The Who’s explosive 1965 debut album, “My Generation,” is quite spectacular. It captures the Shepherd’s Bush-based quartet as they were morphing from an R&B cover band to the Mod band.
various Action Time Vision – A Story of Independent UK Punk 1976-1979 (Cherry Red) Strange, but true. The most telling observation on the post-punk passage of time is the scene in the video for Shampoo’s “Trouble.” A middle-aged dad is …
The real question with Pink Floyd box sets became which would come first: the Barrett Years, the Animals years, or the middle years?
It was released back in May, but if any recent(-ish) box set deserves a place beneath the tree, it’s the one that will make you dress up as a Native American Pirate Dandy and race around the living room singing …