I found this in a box in the attic, a completely forgotten treasure. Here’s how this photo landed in my hands:
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.