Career-spanning Grateful Dead documentary from director Amir Bar-Lev and executive producer Martin Scorsese will make home video debut on November 9
Here are selected music reviews taken from Goldmine’s August 2018 issue (plus a few extras!): from Love’s 50th Anniversary Edition of Forever Changes to Roger Daltrey’s latest solo album.
Exclusive Limited Edition 19-Disc Boxed Set features six unreleased concerts recorded In Portland, Seattle, And Vancouver In 1973 And 1974. A 3-CD Pacific Northwest ’73-’74 compilation and 6-LP Set of complete Portland ’74 Show also available September 7.
As we head into the holiday season, Record Store Day once again brings record stores into the spotlight, and shoppers back into thriving local businesses.
Here’s your chance to win a “GarciaLive Volume Six: July 5, 1973” CD and a limited-edition poster to go with it.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 17th group of 10, stretching from Hank Williams to The Beastie Boys
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.
John Lennon’s handwritten lyrics to the final song on the Beatles album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” were purchased for $1.2 million
Susanna Hoffs and The Grateful Dead have a history together.
It comes full circle with Hoffs and power-pop architect Matthew Sweet doing “Sugar Magnolia” on the Under The Covers Vol. 2 collection, which finds the pair covering some of their favorite songs of the ’70s. “I just have had so many weird experiences somehow in my life with The Grateful Dead,” says Hoffs.
We’ve looked back at the troubling news of the day and songs and albums that marked 1968. In this, the final installment of our rewind to 1968, we check out the musical schizophrenia that existed in the "popular" music of the day. Plus, we take a look back at the #1 songs and albums of 1968 on each side of the pond of that year.