I don’t remember exactly how old I was. The outer boundaries are maybe five years old, as that’s
Grand Funk had two things going for them in 1973: Todd Rundgren and cowbell. Okay, they had a lot more going for them that.
Back in 1983, Americans discovered a brand new band named UB40. This sensational discovery was made by turning on the radio,
Artist: Barooga Bandit Title: Come Softly Year: 1979 Label: Capitol Cover Artist/Designer/Photographer: Thomas Weschler (photographer), Debbie Maczko Onderko (layout/graphics) Read more about the band’s connection to U2 and that cover’s […]
You might not be looking for the working writers’ highway, but I bet you are looking for one nonetheless.
Artist: Pink Floyd Title: A Saucerful of Secrets Year: 1968 Label: Columbia For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
A young man recently asked me for writing advice. The request came via email,
This was not my first Tomita record. That dubious honor belongs to his electronic interpretation of Holst’s Planets, which I spun often as a teenager.
Jeremy Storch is a man in need of a memoir. Behind the Music has nothing on this guy’s story.
Artist: Billy Strange Title: Folk Rock Hits: The Big Sound of Billy Strange and His Guitar Year: 1965 Label: GNP/Crescendo Cover Artist/Designer/Photographer: Peter Whorf Graphics For more great sleeves, visit […]