Here are selected music reviews taken from Goldmine’s August 2018 issue (plus a few extras!): from Love’s 50th Anniversary Edition of Forever Changes to Roger Daltrey’s latest solo album.
Here are selected music reviews taken from Goldmine’s July 2018 issue (plus a few extras!): from Ray Davies latest Americana album to a popular Eric Clapton documentary.
Vinyl record reviews from Amy Rigby and Ben Vaughn to new releases from Experience Hendrix and Run Out Groove.
Here are selected music reviews from Goldmine’s June 2018 issue: from Ringo Starr reissues to Harvey Kubernik’s latest books.
He may not be a household name, but Stephen Kalinich has had his material recorded with Brian Wilson and Sir Paul McCartney — pretty good company.
This newest release is from an artist who is not afraid to bare his soul
JPT Scare Band probably deserved a better fate on the first go-around. Still, it’s nearly miraculous that the band is still together and this good to enjoy the renewed interest.
The eight-song album is a collaboration between the acclaimed rock icon and Lanois, a musician, songwriter, producer and five-time Grammy winner
South Carolina native Maurice Williams wrote not one, but two of the most recognizable hits from rock’n’roll’s first generation, “Little Darlin’”, and “Stay”.
With 71-track “Have Mercy,” Hip-O completes its trilogy of four-CD boxes commemorating rock pioneer Charles Edward Anderson Berry’s career at the legendary Chess Records.