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
His was a career known for new beginnings, and David Bowie’s 1993 album Black Tie White Noise is no exception. The record’s house-inspired sound hasn’t aged as well as Bowie’s classic albums, […]
I don’t know why Julius Brockington’s Sophisticated Funk hasn’t achieved Meters-like status.
Here’s an album that represents 3-4 age tests.
This is one of two picture discs Duran Duran released for their #1 1984 hit “The Reflex.” Mine is the UK picture disc, which is a bit artier than its American cousin. […]
The idea that Janis Joplin needed promotion is kind of a mind blower 50 years later, but when “Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)” was released in 1970 it didn’t even chart. […]
There was a lot swirling around the San Francisco music scene in 1965.
Boston’s demo tapes might be one of the most famous bootlegs in existence.