The Beatles’ sole animated film, “Yellow Submarine,” was out of print for a long time, until it recently was reissued in new packaging and on Blu-ray.
Status Quo worked its way through psych, blues, a patented heavy-riff boogie, a sort of sour-pop boogie, and now, its has struck a balance in its sound.
Two legendary adult-oriented radio vocalists unite on this self-titled project featuring former Toto singer Bobby Kimball and Survivor survivor Jimi Jamison.
Coming a full three years after Train’s multi-platinum “Save Me, San Francisco,” “California 37” keeps its sonic palette ever shifting.
“Into The Wild” is the second new studio recording from Uriah Heep since following 2008’s “Wake The Sleeper.” And this new material doesn’t disappoint.
Allman puts in a terrific performance but T-Bone Burnett’s production disappoints.
With his 19th solo album and first in five years, Eric Clapton’s new CD “Clapton” is a brilliantly laid back and emotionally powerful musical release
Guitar icon and three time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee has released “Clapton,” his 19th solo studio album.
A Goldmine Pick, The Grip Weeds’ new full-length can relieve you from today’s digital doldrums
Bluegrass has always been an influence on Dierks Bentley’s contemporary country sound, usually in subtle ways