Savvy producer Don Was keeps the sonic palette of the Williams’ album “Blessed” shifting.
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.
On the weekend that marked the anniversary of Jim Morrison’s death, what could be better than owning some vinyl that represented his most popular songwriting?
We’ve got a something for almost every collector’s tastes in this Market Watch countdown: a withdrawn release, a boutique pressing and even an old-time rarity.
In the ’50s you could stroll over to Woolworth’s record department and for 99 cents buy a 10-inch LP of what was then current on the national hit parade charts.
The album starts with a chaos of horns and a musical sense of urgency building.
The band’s 1975 BLUES FOR ALLAH and 1978’s SHAKEDOWN STREET will be available from both online and brick-and-mortar retail outlets as the latest offerings from Audio Fidelity.
This Clash collection of songs quickly became a cult favorite among fans. The mini album collects a few B-sides, rarities, and obscure tracks unavailable in the US at the time of the record’s release.
if The Clash had not emerged from the straightjacket of punk, there is no way that their masterpiece—the “London Calling” album—would exist.
According to hard rock/metal scribe Martin Popoff, “Physical Graffiti” is the greatest album of all time. Period.