Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s February 2017 issue, including The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers, Kate Bush, Jerry Garcia, Quick Picks and more.
Eagle’s Rory Gallagher reissue program continues with this solid, overlooked album from 1982, the follow-up to the flashier and more expensive-sounding “Top Priority” from ’79.
Like Peter Frampton and Foghat with ‘sequels’ to their live albums, Molly Hatchet has followed up its successful “Greatest Hits” album with a second slab.
Fans of The English Beat will rejoice accordingly with this 80-track, five-disc box set celebrating the British New Wave band.
Leslie West almost didn’t live to see the release of “Unusual Suspects,” a solid star-studded record that doesn’t sound like the work of a 65-year-old.
“Heartland Highway” is the eighth studio album in 15 years from the Florida-based jangle-rockers
The 20-something chaps in the band Locksley embrace both power pop and the sounds of the ‘60s while infusing a slightly reckless, “let’s have some fun” feel.
Montoya’s latest album, “I Want It All Back,” makes the move to Ruf Records – Germany’s premier blues label.
“New World Man” is a third collection of Rush covers released by Magna Carta. But did we really need another one of these?
South Carolina native Maurice Williams wrote not one, but two of the most recognizable hits from rock’n’roll’s first generation, “Little Darlin’”, and “Stay”.