This two disc set expands on the 1999 reissue by not only including the 1960 “Elvis Is Back!” album and but also the 1961 “Something For Everyone.”
Mr. Big pretends it’s the 1990s all over again with “What If…” — the band’s first studio album with the original four members in 14 years.
This two CD set follows 2008’s “Personal File: Bootleg Vol. 1,” and digs deep into Cash’s archives to serve up plenty of previously unreleased material.
Allman puts in a terrific performance but T-Bone Burnett’s production disappoints.
It’s the ’80s all over again! Tommy Tutone to release “A long Time Ago” on May 31 via SPV’s Yellow Label.
“The Gathering” is a collection of classic country songs, mostly written during the golden era of the 1960s, and the first time Schuur has featured this genre.
A new album which takes its title from the oldest being in the nine worlds of Norse mythology, is the same extreme metal that Amon Amarth has made its name on.
Urban legend claims that if you play Pink Floyd’s classic album while watching “The Wizard of Oz,” there’s an incredible synchronicity. Well, we’ve tried it! Here are the results.
Five stars to whom? Conventional wisdom is something one should always be careful about, in politics and in record collecting.
Check out all the vinyl events for the month of April … and beyond!