Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame announces its 21st set of 10 inductees, ranging from Wilson Pickett to Cheap Trick and The Dave Clark Five to Anne Murray and Joni Mitchell
“Return of the Stuff That Dreams of” presents two CDs of rustic American music from the 1920s and ’30s.
Christopher Cross new album Doctor Faith, is to be released May 10 by Eagle Rock Entertainment (through earMusic).
How much would you pay for a classic rock record?; the kind that you can find for a few dollars at a used record store or garage sale? Better Records owner Tom Port has built a business around finding the best-sounding copies of such albums, which can sell for hundreds of dollars. He calls such premium-quality vinyl “hot stampers”
Graham Nash and Joni Mitchell had linked up in ’68, before the first CSN album was in the can. For more than a year, they lived an idyllic artists’ life and wrote songs about how happy they were. Nash’s “Our House,” with its comfy-cozy, two-cats-in-the-yard scenario, was all about Joni.
Enjoy part 1 of our extraordinarily candid conversation about Graham Nash’s solo work and the wild, behind-the-scenes tales of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and everyone in their orbit.
Songs For Beginners wasn’t the beginning of Graham Nash’s remarkable journey, but it was his first solo album, and coming as it did immediately on the heels of “Teach Your Children,” “Our House” and the Déjà vu album, it’s part of the fabric of a phenomenally rich tapestry: Crosby, Stills and Nash in multi-colored 1970 and ’71.