The question is not “why is there so much bad music out there?” The question is, “why has so much of it made its way into your record collection?”
Only 50 copies of the 1994 Prince/Warner Brothers limited-edition release variant were pressed.
Simple Minds’ vocalist JIm Kerr talks about the new album “Walk Between Worlds” and his interest in music collecting. Plus Dave Thompson on “Goldmine’s Essential Guide to Record Collecting.
Goldmine answers vinyl record questions from readers regarding a Peggy Lee acetate and Patti Page EP.
A selected discography of the Jimi Hendrix vinyl record albums.
Fifty years ago, Jimi Hendrix took the rock world by storm. Goldmine explores the current collectibility of the legendary guitarist.
During the 1950-1955 era most pop music was about love. However, artists did release records about current events, either on a serious or humorous nature.
Important points to ponder if you’re considering collecting old reggae records; old as in 1960s or early ‘70s; and records as in original Jamaican pressings.
Candice Night, vocalist for Blackmore’s Night, talks about her solo album and what’s going on musically for her and guitarist-husband Ritchie Blackmore.
In this month’s Market Watch, a Northern Soul single that sold for more than $17, 000 and a Beatles promo that helped kick off Beatlemania.