Some folks like to follow themes when building their record collections, such as genre, format, label or artist. So, does Rock Hall induction make a difference?
By Bruce Sylvester 1956 marked turning points for young Elvis Presley. On January 10 — two days after he turned 21 — he left his Memphis home for Nashville for his initial RCA Victor recording session (Victor having purchased his …
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Presley was predominantly a singles artist but it’s the expressiveness of Presley’s performances that makes the album cut deep.
Jazz records — especially ones from Lee Morgan — hit all the right notes with record buyers in online auctions. Of course, there was still plenty of room for genres, including grunge, rockabilly and all-out hard rock. So what record took top honors?