Here’s another great bootleg from my stacks. This one captures a 1971 show at the Berkeley Community Theater in Berkeley, California.
This is a treasure I picked up at Uncle Murray’s record sale purely for the cover art. I mean, come on! Who doesn’t want to know what that’s all about? But man, […]
The Beatles broke up in 1970, and we spent the rest of the decade in denial: They’re getting back together, it’s just a matter of time. Wings isn’t so bad, and neither […]
I picked this quality product up at Uncle Murray’s record sale for no other reason than I thought the “creepy guy airbrushed van” cover was “From the Stacks” worthy. Inside was a […]
I discovered Cold Blood in a manner that must seem heretical to lead singer Lydia Pense’s diehard fans: I was in it for the Rick Griffin album cover. It’s a cool cover, […]
This 2006 Rhino 4-CD box set is in my heavy rotation right now. The label hit it out of the park with this collection of 91 tasty funk and soul cuts dating […]
Here’s another record that I picked up a million years ago as a promo. From the cover the guys looked a little punky and they had funny names, so what the hell. […]
I picked this up at a promo party the year it came out (1984), and when I say “I picked this up” I mean “this was left at my house.”
Hola! Here we have Sonrisa Salvaje, or “Wild Smile,” David Lee Roth’s Spanish language version of Eat ’em and Smile.
If you are over forty you know this album, you just don’t know it. Thanks to assists from Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks this album went top ten in the […]