Classix Nouveaux was the one of those bands that were either hysterically funny or really bad. Or neither. Or both.
This is one of my favorite Jane’s Addiction bootleg covers, but the audio isn’t that great.
Talk about sweet — voices don’t come much sweeter than the great Curtis Mayfield.
This is an official release rather than a bootleg, and believe it or not “limited edition” actually means something here.
First of all, that’s just one bad ass seventies Heavy Metal black light poster of an album cover. Artist Rodney Matthews really captured a sort of Ralph Bakshi meets Rob’t Williams vibe […]
Another from what must seem like my bottomless stack of Jane’s boots. We’re getting close to the end of the pile, pinky swear.
I’ve mentioned these guys in previous Why It Matters posts. “Make That Move” is one of the coolest cuts from the early eighties rockabilly revival. If you’re sick and tired of hearing […]
Has it really been a year since Deep Purple’s Jon Lord passed away? I swear, someone sped up the clock when I wasn’t looking. I don’t know whether Lord embraced the prefix […]
This was the big American album for first wave Brit punks The Members, and like a lot of their peers, labeling them “punk” is a bit of an injustice.
What we have here is an outstanding bootleg from a January 1987 show at the University of Southern California.