Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s March 2018 issue: from Queen to Tim Buckley.
Tony Franklin rose to prominence in the ’80s as the bassist with The Firm, the supergroup that grew out of the ashes of the mighty Led Zeppelin, with Jimmy Page leading on guitar. The 10 albums that influenced Franklin’s life built the backbone of his nickname, “The Fretless Monster.”
Queen releases various box set editions of their recordings at the BBC, entitled “On Air,” available via Hollywood Records.
Goldmine‘s February 2017 issue has Queen on the cover. The issue includes an detailed look at Queen’s BBC recordings and much more!
“Messenger Of The Gods – The Singles” covers the solo career of Freddie Mercury, and this box set has all 13 solo singles on individually colored vinyl.
A terrific 1975 concert film by Queen was paired with an excellent documentary about the band in Fathom Events’ special screening of both in theaters across America on Wednesday, March 8th.
Queen: A Night in Bohemia, featuring a 1975 concert by Queen at London’s Hammersmith Odeon, will be shown along with a documentary about Queen in theaters across America on March 8th.
Spin Cycle reviews new releases from Queen, Velvet Underground, Eric Clapton and more.
Goldmine went through Record Store Day’s Black Friday list and checked off 10 recommendations for our readers. Here they are:
Every now and again a gem of a power pop tune can be found in a most unexpected place. Here are 10 that raised a couple of eyebrows and our attention.