Back in 1964 Barry Goldwater, a Libertarian senator from Arizona, ran for president. America was at the height of the folk music revival around that time, too, so what better way to […]
What’s this, a second Appetite? Well, yes and no.
Los Angeles wasn’t the only city to change the music world in 1988. New York’s Living Colour released their debut album, Vivid, in May of that year, too.
Let’s get this out of the way: This has nothing to do with Marc “Tainted Love” Almond from Soft Cell. Mark-Almond was a kind of mellow jazz band that was most prolific […]
If you find yourself wondering what the hell I’m doing with a Berlioz album, then you really haven’t been paying attention: I love batshit crazy album covers.
This is a fun one to collect. Trevor Spencer and Alan Tarney were a couple of Aussies most notable for backing up Cliff Richard. They released three albums of their own, of […]
The first thing to note here is that this is the OFFICIAL Bump Ball record, not one of those cheap Lithuanian knock-offs. When I first saw this album I assumed it was […]
Oh, marketing departments. Sometimes you simply run out of ideas, don’t you? I’d love to have the strategy meeting notes for this one:
A classic album with an even more classic album cover, 1965’s Whipped Cream & Other Delights was the biggest album of Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass’s career.
We’re living in an era of misinformation. Some of this can be blamed on honest stupidity, some on the passage of time, some on information overload. Most of that misinformation, however, is […]