Here are selected music reviews from Goldmine’s May 2018 issue: from a George Harrison tribute box set to Isaac Hayes reissues.
The year is 1968. The Yardbirds are having a very real communication breakdown. Jimmy Page then reforms the group into what would become the rock ‘n’ roll behemoth known as Led Zeppelin.
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Given The Who’s recent postponement of their scheduled Fall 2015 North American tour due to Roger Daltrey’s health issues, Fathom Events’ cinema screenings on Thursday, October 8th of The Who’s terrific new concert film, The Who Live In Hyde Park, was well timed.
Denny Somach discusses the lingering controversy over the band’s adaptations of blues songs, the scoop on a reissue project and the likelihood of a reunion.
After Tuesday’s advance screening of “Celebration Day,” Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham fielded assorted (and sometimes sordid) questions from the press.
New concert film of the band’s 2007 reunion show surpasses Zeppelin’s 1976 theatrical effort on many levels
One of the interesting wrinkles in the circuitous history of Yes concerns the XYZ project from early 1981, which found Alan White and Chris Squire surreptitiously converting guitarist Jimmy Page into a prog-rock monster. “Unfortunately, it wasn’t long after John …
We don’t have a museum or awards ceremony, but Goldmine does have a desire to honor deserving musicians and an alternative to the Rock Hall.
Influence seems to be the main criteria for entrance into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame