A review of new music collecting guides for those who have collect an assortment of music genres in different formats.
The Village People felt that their lyrics always dealt with positive things — and a very positive place to hang out was the YMCA. It was inevitable that the group would write a song about it.
The act best known for ’70s danceable hits takes a different tack. The songs covered on the band’s first album since 2007 are signature songs of the ’60s.
KC and the Sunshine Band came to prominence in the ’70s, and that infectious sound remains popular. Here are the albums that influenced band leader, Casey.
Slow Phaser, Nicole Atkins’ third album, is a feast of musical styles as well as a stunning look into the dark side of the human soul.
The Commodores performed for the Monaco Royalty to celebrate the successful Princess Grace Foundation benefit held last week.
When folks picked up Parallel Lines due to its inclusion of the worldwide smash “Heart of Glass,” it’s a wonder they didn’t sue Blondie for using bait-and-switch tactics.
“The Queen is Back” is the name of a song on Crayons, Donna Summer’s first new album in 17 years. A welcome return to form, the beloved diva hasn’t lost a step.
Was the Rolling Stones album Undercover, now 25 years old, the group’s last great record or an exercise in mediocrity?