PAUL McCARTNEY Tug of War (Deluxe Edition) Concord Music Group/Hear Music ***** Pipes of Peace (Deluxe Edition) Concord Music Group/Hear Music *** The Paul McCartney reissue program continues with 1982’s Tug of War and 1983’s Pipes of Peace, …
Goldmine went through Record Store Day’s Black Friday list and checked off 10 recommendations for our readers. Here they are:
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.
“Return of the Stuff That Dreams of” presents two CDs of rustic American music from the 1920s and ’30s.
Marty Robbins, Conway Twitty and Patsy Cline should be included in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Glen Campbell, a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, also belongs in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Johnston shares with Goldmine some of his most cherished moments as a top producer.
Carl Mann wasn’t the first singer from Jackson, Tenn., to head on down to Sun Records in search of fame and fortune. Carl Perkins, Ramsey Kearney and Kenny Parchman had all made the same trip with different degrees of success. Kearney managed to leave his name on some unissued tape boxes, but not on any Sun releases. Parchman came closer, only to see what would have been Sun 252 withdrawn at the last moment in 1956. Carl Perkins, on the other hand, became a national star.
After six years of being with Ringo Starr — at home, in the studio, on the set and, seemingly, all around the world — Nancy Lee Andrews certainly does have her memories.