Another archaeological dig that’s unearthed a lost rock gem, “Uncorked: Rare Tracks From a Vintage ’70s Band” honors the heretofore unheralded work of Kelakos.
Gary Brooker expounds on Procol Harum’s words and recordings, reissues, Rock Hall … and revenge!
Ripple Music has had some damn good releases in 2010 — among them is the reissue of Poobah’s 1972 album
Dennis Dunaway, founding bass player for the Alice Cooper Group, helped usher in Shock Rock and brought theatrics to the forefront of rock music in the 1970’s. These are the albums that changed his life.
JPT Scare Band probably deserved a better fate on the first go-around. Still, it’s nearly miraculous that the band is still together and this good to enjoy the renewed interest.
This excerpt, “Chapter Eleven: We Are Your Overlords,” appears from “When Giants Walked the Earth” by Mick Wall.
On the anniversary of the much-loved Led Zeppelin III album, Mick Wall lifts the veil of its mystique
A long time coming, the 1972 film of the “Exile On Main Street” US tour is about to be released
The last film done on Elvis Presley during his lifetime, “Elvis On Tour” is an electrifying document of Elvis onstage during the early ‘70s. Jerry Schilling was there to witness it all.
Before they rocked The Casbah, the Clash staked out ground as ‘the only band that matters’