Ask any music lover about the Wailers and you’ll likely get a Bob Marley lecture, but ask that same question in the Pacific Northwest and you may hear the legend of the […]
From the Stacks: Big Red Fletcher–Oh Boy!
I recently returned to the American South after a 34 year-long weekend in sunny California, and while record buying didn’t factor into that decision the idea of fresh crates of vinyl to […]
Cheesecake Cover of the Week: Arthur Fiedler, ‘Gaite Parisienne’
Artist: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Title: Gaite Parisienne / Gayne Ballet Suite Year: 1959 Label: RCA Victor Photographer: David B. Hecht
Cheesecake Cover of the Week: The Flirts, ‘Passion’ (12-Inch Single)
Artist: The Flirts Title: Passion Year: 1982 Label: Unidisc Cover Artist/Designer/Photographer: Unknown, presumed in house art department
From The Stacks: The Mamas and the Papas, ‘The Papas and the Mamas’
Gimmick album covers are the best.
From The Stacks: ‘David Bowie Narrates Prokofiev’s Peter And The Wolf’ (Green Vinyl)
Bowie’s album catalog includes two oddballs, three if you count his debut on the Deram label.
From The Stacks: Queen Cassette Singles
The cassette single was a stupid format, and that’s what makes it interesting.
From The Stacks: Queensryche, ‘Empire’
If “transitional album” ever makes its way to Websters, Empire’s album cover should be pictured right next to the definition.
From The Stacks: ‘Klark Kent’
Do people born after 1983 realize just how huge The Police were?
Deep Cuts: 8 Christmas Songs You Haven’t Heard 8 Million Times
There are two kinds of Christmas music people: Those who want to hear the exact same songs sung the same way by the same people and those who don’t. There’s a third […]