Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s March 2018 issue: from Queen to Tim Buckley.
The Bordellos Debt Sounds (thebordellos3.bandcamp. com/releases) It’s taken ten years for this to get a proper release… ten years since the Bordellos spent ten consecutive Friday nights laying down seventeen songs on a heap of machines, not one of which …
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.
Reviews of albums, DVDs and books from the January 2016 issue of Goldmine.
Marc Bolan Presents the Soul Sessions (Light of Love/Easy Action WAXCOCD001) Marc Bolan’s atempts to establish and, in some ways, reinvent himself as a fount of seventies soul authenticity always fell some way short of capturing the public imagination. Both …
The concert film, LIVE AT SHEA STADIUM 1982, serves as a time capsule for anyone who was a fan of The Who then, in particular for anyone who was at the show.
Queen – Live at the Rainbow ’74 (various formats, including vinyl, CD, DVD, blu-ray) Is it possible to have too much Queen? Well, depending upon on your feelings about them, maybe it is. But still you need to be an …
Quick Picks serves up verdicts on releases by The Sweet, Anais MItchell and Jefferson Hamer, Hawkwind, Quicksilver Messenger Service and “The Dutch Woodstock.”
Anybody coming in hoping for a heady dose of Jethro Tull at the band’s classic rock peak is in for … not a disappointment, but a re-education.