Goldmine starts off the new year emphasizing the magical mark the Jimi Hendrix Experience had on modern music. The Experience's third and final album, Electric Ladyland, was a monumental classic and it is given the royal treatment for its 50th anniversary with various deluxe editions. Goldmine gives you the back story of the album and the info on all the splendor of the reissues (extras like rare footage, outtakes, performances, etc, to go along with the remixed album itself). We also give a tip of the hat to The Kinks'Village Green Preservation Society with interviews with Dave Davies and Mick Avory. Lots more: Greata Van Fleet, Graham Parker, Steven Wilson and others tell their most recent stories. Plus The 20 Albums That Invented Grunge, a Van Halen Vintage Shot, a Christmas Music Roundup and a reexamination of the Elvis '68 Comeback Special.
The January 2019 issue will be on sale at select Barnes and Noble, Books A Million and indie record stores until January 7. Pick one up if you're not already a subscriber.
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A&M Music Center in Lyndhurst, NJ
BCA Records in Arlington, VT
Mill City Sound in Hopkins, MN
Mobile Records in Mobile, AL
Mother’s Music in Moorhead, MN
Omega Music in Dayton, OH
Planet Records in Cambridge, MA
Record Museum in W. Berlin, NJ
Record Surplus in Los Angeles, CA
Sidetracks Music in Charlottesville, VA
Toad Hall Books and Records in Rockford, IL
Vintage Vinyl “Yesterdays Fish” in Lewes, DE
Spinnaker Records, Inc, 596 Main Street, Hyannis, MA 2601
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