Boz Scaggs, out in market to support his then recent release “Some Change,” performs a KFOG concert — which now sounds perfect on vinyl.
The June issue discusses the reunion of Todd Rundgren’s Utopia. Three members of the current Utopia are interviewed, including Rundgren himself. Issue on newsstands until June 4.
Check out upcoming records shows and events, including Cromwell (CT) Record Riot on May 6 and Brooklyn (NY) Flea Record Fair on May 19.
The Cure’s MIXED UP [DELUXE EDITION] will be available June 15 as a 3CD set. Also available the same day, are the 2LP vinyl sets of Mixed Up and Torn Down: Mixed Up Extras 2018. Both albums are pressed on 180-gram vinyl and are housed in Gatefold Sleeves.
The question is not “why is there so much bad music out there?” The question is, “why has so much of it made its way into your record collection?”
The top records sold in Tefteller’s ’50s and ’60s R&B Vocal Group 45s auction (closed April 5).
For 11 years now, and twice a year latterly, Record Store Day is the one (two) day(s) on the calendar when even the most impoverished musical emporium can guarantee a full house. And that’s only one of the reasons why we celebrate Record Store Day every year.
Goldmine Price Guide author Dave Thompson is our guest on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast as we discuss the brand new edition of the Goldmine 45 RPM Record Price Guide, 8th Edition.
When viewed against the backdrop of the influence he would exert upon popular music, Syd Barrett’s recorded body of work is remarkably small. Picking the 10 “best” Barrett songs was no easy task.
The communal spirit that existed, specifically in the early 70’s, was best captured first in the 1971 Delaney & Bonnie record ‘Motel Shot.’