Boston’s demo tapes might be one of the most famous bootlegs in existence.
Oh my, look at this train wreck.
Jack White and I both own a copy of this record. One of us paid ten bucks, the other paid $300,000.
This might be the greatest album you’ve never heard.
The Captain and Tennille’s Daryl Dragon was only one successful member of a very musical family.
What’s The Bunch? I don’t know. I mean, I do–it was a movie and this is its soundtrack, but I don’t really care. It’s probably good, but my only interest in this […]
“Never Let Me Down” might be the most inappropriately titled song/album in the David Bowie discography.
The 5th Dimension haven’t aged as well as many of their peers. There’s a reason for that: The band’s target audience was the middle of the road. I can imagine fans of […]
The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook is the first collection in a series that ran until 1980. That series is known as the Loss Leaders, because for two bucks buyers got a two record […]
Wrestling, Rhino, and colored vinyl. What more do you want?