Spin Cycle reviews the latest releases of Velvet Underground, Neil Young, Richard Hell, the Ramones, Ian Dury, United States of America, T Rex, Alice Cooper, Faces, Johnny Cash, Funk Inc., Three Pieces, Otis Redding, the Doors, Lee Brilleaux, etc.
On December 10, 1967, Otis Redding died in a plane crash in Wisconsin, the day after his TV and club performances in Cleveland. We look back on Otis Redding’s music with Cleveland’s Michael Stanley, KISS’ Paul Stanley and Melissa Etheridge. …
Otis Redding – The Definitive Studio Albums Collection will be available on December 15 from Rhino.
Fifty years ago, the Monterey International Pop Festival was a key event of the “Summer of Love.” Here’s a look back at one of rock’s most memorable music festivals.
If you are holiday shopping for a fellow music collector (or yourself), here are the picks Goldmine recommends over all others.
by John M. Borack Laurence Juber – “Fingerboard Road” (Solid Air Records) Former Wings guitarist Laurence Juber has released nearly 20 (!) records of exquisite acoustic guitar musings, and on Fingerboard Road the Grammy-winning musician tosses in three originals alongside …
The Houston-based music auction house will begin an online auction on March 14, containing unique memorabilia from Otis Redding to the Allman Brothers Band.
Limited-edition vinyl reissue of Doors compilation arrives April 19.
As a new four-disc box set arrives in stores via Epic/Legacy, the drummer recalls the band’s early days and ponders the likelihood of the original lineup reuniting.
With a cover that looks like it came straight from the 1960s, “Lonely & Blue: The Deepest Soul of Otis Redding” puts the spotlight on the soul man’s slow songs.