Here’s one for the “interesting footnotes” section of your record collection.
Collect a band’s records long enough and you’ll eventually run out of records to collect.
You may not have heard of Osibisa, but I bet your recognize that album cover.
I have a confession to make:
Once upon a time, the single was the music industry’s dominant format.
The name Spike Jones and His City Slickers might not mean much these days, but the band was the Tenacious D of their time.
If you dig surf and hot rod music but you want to stray off the narrow road of Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, and Dick Dale, this is the record for you. […]
Remember when the Beatles were a colossal flop in the U.S.?
Paul Tanner was a fascinating dude.
When Jackson Browne released his cover of “Stay” in 1977 the song felt nostalgic for an era long gone