Mary Finnigan Psychedelic Suburbia: David Bowie and the Beckenham Arts Lab (Jorvik Press, ISBN 978-0-986-37702-0) Amid the squidillion words written, re-written, repeated and recycled in the aftermath of David Bowie’s death, it’s astonishing that the majority of them were indeed …
various artists Dust on the Nettles – A Journey Through the British Underground Folk Scene 1967-1972 Grapefruit CRSEGBOX 030 (3CD) This is not the first collection to delve into whatever we’re calling this music this week… acid-wyrd-psychic-prog-folk-marshmallows…. but it could …
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas delivered a terrific performance to a very enthusiastic audience at B.B. King’s in New York City on Friday, February 12th.
The release, early last year, of a 180 gram vinyl edition of Gong’s landmark Camembert Electrique was widely regarded among the most significant prog reissues of recent seasons – and maybe it still is. Not in its own right, however, …
With a tour preventing Bruce Springsteen from making his typical unbilled appearance, other notable names carried the load at annual N.J. fundraiser.
David Bowie left this world with a brilliant farewell concept album.
The new Sam Phillips biography “The Man Who Invented Rock ‘N’ Roll,” and its compilation on Yep Rock Records, both get a 5-star rating.
A long lost Roy Orbison album & the returns of Jack Scott & the Pixies Three brighten the holiday season for collectors
Lance Canales’ new album “The Blessing and the Curse” is a great addition to recent Americana releases
The album “Alone in the Universe” features 10 sterling examples of the latter-day ELO sound, with each song sounding like a potential classic rock hit.