This CD has a long-lost gem: a previously unreleased concert by Bob Dylan, recorded on May 10, 1963, two weeks before the release of The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.
Congratulations to the winners of week three of our final week of the Kinks Goldmine Giveaway! They have each won “Kinks Kontroversy” Deluxe Edition.
Collectors can make a very worthwhile investment in negatives and slides of artists ranging from the Yardbirds to The Who.
The Kinks weren’t as successful or instantly influential as some bands of the 1960s. But their musical statements made an impact then and still hold up today
In honor of Roy Orbison’s birthday, Goldmine gives you a record price guide.
Having recorded greats such as “Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song” and “Don’t Worry Baby,” B.J. Thomas told Goldmine just what albums influenced him.
“Bob Dylan In Concert – Brandeis University 1963″ captures the young artist two weeks prior to the release of “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.”
The original Woodstock site is now home to a booming cultural center, including the Bethel Woods Museum and an annual summer concert series.
A chronologically ordered Q&A with Jan & Dean spanning 1993-2009, highlighting their early success.
Endless touring and recording was the regimen for The Beach Boys in 1965, and although Al Jardine missed the album cover’s photo shoot he still remembers those days fondly.