Here are selected music reviews taken from Goldmine’s July 2018 issue (plus a few extras!): from Ray Davies latest Americana album to a popular Eric Clapton documentary.
Frank Zappa’s “Chunga’s Revenge” returns to the vinyl format on 180-gram pressing, available 7/20 via Zappa Records/UMe.
A Goldmine expert is asked: Is there any worth in a particular Bob Dylan record?
Read a review of the UFO portable turntable by Rock ‘N’ Rolla (courtesy of Spin Cycle) and enter for a chance to win one via the Goldmine Giveaway.
Here are selected music reviews from Goldmine’s June 2018 issue: from Ringo Starr reissues to Harvey Kubernik’s latest books.
Run Out Groove launches ROG CORNERSTONES — “records that should be in everyone’s collection.” The debut cornerstone is an expanded edition of Morphine’s “Yes” LP.
Upcoming record shows and events, including Norwalk (CT) Music Expo on June 10 and Grand Rapids Record & CD Show on June 23.
Craft Recordings to reissue solo titles from Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Doug Clifford and Tom Fogerty.
The question is not “why is there so much bad music out there?” The question is, “why has so much of it made its way into your record collection?”
Record exec (Audio Fidelity) and co-owner of Rock ’N’ Rolla turntables, Marshall Blonstein, joins the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about the latest “UFO” portable turntable and why vinyl records are so popular again — and how important the format is to younger generations.