“For What It’s Worth” is one of those timeless songs that is actually pinned to a very specific date. On November 12, 1966 the “hippie riots” began on Los Angeles’s famous Sunset […]
You might not recognize Mike Pinera’s name, but you’re probably familiar with his work.
This record is my peanut butter cup: My favorite Who song on my favorite Pete Townshend album
You are looking at the most reviled record in the Tony Bennett discography, and that’s saying something.
“Brown Sugar” was a number hit for the Stones in 1971, but what’s up with this 1984 shape disc?
Yeah, yeah, you kids and your “Africa.”
Radio Ethiopia is the Patti Smith Group’s Jan Brady, the neglected middle child smiling sadly between older sister Horses and younger sister Easter. But let’s be honest: Smith, Lenny Kaye, and the […]
If you’re fascinated by alternate versions of the same album, The Golden Age of Wireless is the record for you.
Here’s another cool picture disc from the early days of Rhino Records.
The Grass Roots were a cool enough band, and “Let’s Live For Today” was their highest charting single.