Often considered his ‘happy record,’ “New Sensations” casts a light on a different side of Lou Reed without losing any of what has made him an icon.
In the end Blondie Chaplin made a record that somehow wrapped up the best of what draws us to music of that period.
Learning about Gregg Allman’s death was an unwelcome shared experience. Now it’s time to share pathways to the music that built his legacy.
The transition album for Steve Miller, 1969’s “Your Saving Grace,” is Goldmine’s latest Vinyl Find.
At times Bonaroo’s debut record seems to be a bit ambitious and uneven but overall it is certainly a vinyl find.
Michael Bolton began as an entirely different kind of artist.