Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s March 2018 issue: from Queen to Tim Buckley.
Swiping a song from The Rev. Robert Wilkins? Now, “That’s No Way To Get Along.” But that’s pretty much what The Rolling Stones did with “Prodigal Son.”
Marty Robbins, Conway Twitty and Patsy Cline should be included in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
It’s time for the Rock Hall of Fame to induct Foreigner
Duran Duran and the Cure are two trendsetting bands that belong in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Glen Campbell, a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, also belongs in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
With a flute as its main instrument and few hit singles, Jethro Tull still managed to become one of the most popular bands in the history of Rock & Roll
As the Slow Train Coming tour rolled on Dylan’s audience was furious, and reviewers were savage. Dylan remained undaunted, however, and the unrecorded songs featured in his live show became the core of his next album, Saved.
Graham Nash and Joni Mitchell had linked up in ’68, before the first CSN album was in the can. For more than a year, they lived an idyllic artists’ life and wrote songs about how happy they were. Nash’s “Our House,” with its comfy-cozy, two-cats-in-the-yard scenario, was all about Joni.
In this excerpt from his book "A Devil On One Shoulder and An Angel On the Other,’" author Greg Prato follows the band on tours with Neil Young and Lenny Kravitz and gives behind-the-scenes details about the band’s Rolling Stone cover shoot and the Vancouver incident.