Goldmine’s July 2018 issue centers on Americana. An exclusive interview with John Prine is the cover story, followed by interviews with John Fogerty, Jim Messina, Tom Rush, Joe Grushecky and others.
The 2015 package features Tommy Johnson’s rare 1929 “Ridin’ Horse”/”Alcohol and Jake Blues” (Paramount 12950), taken from a rare 78 a sharp-eyed buyer found at an estate sale — only one other copy was known to exist — and sold on eBay for $37,100.
As ever, the blues calendar comes with a CD with the songs advertised in the art – this time with 12 bonus tracks, three being B-sides of songs in the ads.
The discovery of a Blind Blake record is proof that just because a record is missing doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
Blues Images’ 2013 wall calendar offers vintage illustrated ads for 1920s-30s blues recordings plus as CD of the songs whose ads on the calendar.
Unicorns. Honest politicians. Jaydee Short’s missing Paramount records. There are no guarantees that any of these exist, but John Tefteller is holding out hope. Well, for the records, anyway. (And maybe the unicorns.)
An 18-track CD and vintage ads are the stars of a 2009 calendar set.