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.
Oh my, look at this train wreck.
Jack White and I both own a copy of this record. One of us paid ten bucks, the other paid $300,000.