Brits Mark Rye and Steve Waters ran the See For Miles label that concentrated on reissues. Now, they’re making news again with their “Extended Play” series.
The act best known for ’70s danceable hits takes a different tack. The songs covered on the band’s first album since 2007 are signature songs of the ’60s.
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This engaging, realistic account of the music business during rock’n’roll’s first generation takes readers on a journey from rural Kentucky to New York City
Yet this was not an album put out by Charles Schultz and the gang but by a Florida ’60s bubblegum rock sextet called The Royal Guardsmen.
Discussing the past, present, and future of music, Carlos Alomar (Bowie, Lennon, James Brown) tells Goldmine what influenced his musical and personal life
Neil Diamond fans will certainly welcome the chance to fill in some holes in their collections with “The Bang Years.”
This week ABKCO releases “Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter, from the 1968 film, with the bonus soundtrack from 1966’s “Hold On!
Any serious discussion about Philadelphia International Records has to include songwriters/producers Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, the label’s founders. But they had plenty of help (i.e., Earl Young, above) in making PIR, which marks its 40th anniversary in 2011, a hotbed of sophisticated soul.
Find out how Creed Bratton went from the lead guitarist of the Grass Roots to character actor on the hit television series, “The Office.”