It’s probably a crime in some circles that Steve Miller is not known at all for his guitar chops. But early on, Miller put on quite a display, usually live. His playing was fast and fluid, really tasty stuff. That’s on terrific display with 1971’s Rock Love, often called “Rock Bottom” by his most loyal fans.Read Full Story
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Bluegrass being important to Jerry Garcia’s musical soul, he did a few grass projects apart from Grateful Dead—for example, two acoustic nights with the Good Old Boys at Margarita’s Cantina in Santa Cruz, CA. Here are 24 songs from those 1975 evenings, with Garcia filling in on banjo and Brantley Kearns on fiddle.
Reviews: Tangerine Dream, Johnny & Edgar Winter, Christine & the Queens, Goat Girl, Audiobooks, Anthony W Rogers
By Dave Thompson Across a career that spanned fifty years, Tangerine Dream established themselves as probably the pre-eminent electronic music act of the age. In that time, they both blueprinted and then transcended a host of associated sub-genres, while maintaining …
Thomas “Dean Ford” McAleese, known as the vocalist and co-writer of “Reflections of My Life” by The Marmalade, passed away on December 31, shortly after releasing his final double CD This Scottish Heart, which concludes with a new version of that iconic song. We have published a memorial in our new March 2019 issue of Goldmine and reached out to Dean’s daughter Tracey for this Goldmine Giveaway article.
Celebrating Roxy Music’s induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, we spoke with bassist Sal Maida on his time with the band followed by being a member of Sparks and highlight sections of his new book …
Current Print Issue
Goldmine’s March 2019 issue is on newsstands now with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers as the cover story — on sale at select Barnes & Noble and Books A Million stores until March 4, 2019.
Goldmine interviews Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench about recent box set compilations that help define Tom Petty’s legacy.
We also interview Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone of The Zombies, John McCutcheon about his Pete Seeger tribute LP, Ronnie Milsap, Southside Johnny and feature articles on a Joe Cocker vinyl find, the vinyl flip sides of the musical Hair, an In Memoriam to Daryl Dragon, a Where Are They Now? on Aldo Nova and a 10 Albums That Changed My Life with bestselling Jack Reacher author Lee Child. Of course there’s a lot more, too!