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.
There wasn’t nearly as much hoopla when The Kinks turned 50. But, hey, The Kinks’ music can hold up to any of the classic bands – defunct or still standing. Here are our picks for the band’s best songs – 50 of them.
Irish pop monsters Pugwash hit it out of the park in grand style, and The New Trocaderos come back with a blast of punk/pop, and in-your-face rock ‘n’ roll.
“Happy Together” and the band’s other Top 10 Billboard pop smashes are among the set’s notable songs.
Ray Davies, Suzanne Vega, Paul Weller, The Zombies, and Corinne Bailey Rae are among the artists that were featured on the first series of BBC Radio 4’s Mastertapes. The Mastertapes program presents artists discussing and performing songs from an album that was vitally important to their career.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its eighth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
Ray Davies goes over the collaborations on his last album “See My Friends” — and the meaning behind the chosen Kinks’ songs
Congratulations to the winners of week three of our final week of the Kinks Goldmine Giveaway! They have each won “Kinks Kontroversy” Deluxe Edition.
Here are the five lucky winners of “Kinda Kinks: The Deluxe Edition” and what they had to say
The Kinks weren’t as successful or instantly influential as some bands of the 1960s. But their musical statements made an impact then and still hold up today