Quick, connect The Night They Raided Minsky’s to Molly Hatchet. I’ll give you a hint: The answer in no way involves Kevin Bacon.
The Monkees took “Daydream Believer” to number one in December 1967, a couple of years before
I’m not sure whether this is the coolest thing I’ve ever purchased for a buck at a flea market, but it’s definitely in the top two or three.
Some of my earliest musical memories involve cereal boxes.
What the heck is going on with this album cover?
Here’s a cool little Rhino collectible.
Here’s one from the weird albums department. Howard Menger was either a lunatic, an alien contactee, or a first-class grifter, or maybe all three, whatever you prefer. UFO contact is a bit […]
Who Are You is the last essential Who album. Don’t get me wrong: It’s Hard has some good stuff on it, and Face Dances is–well, it’s Face Dances. Endless Wire, released in […]
His was a career known for its creativity, but even the great David Bowie had a creative peak. Some might argue that Bowie’s finest work happened during the years he collaborated with […]
No, this isn’t the infamous “butcher cover,” though it’s certainly depicted here.