“Well then what do you want to do?” I asked. “I don’t know,” Sherri said. “But I don’t want to go to the movies. All you want to do is watch videos […]
1994’s Amorica was the Black Crowes’s third album, following the multiplatinum success of Shake Your Money Maker and The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. Unfortunately by 1994 the Robinson brothers’ brand of revival […]
When Bedazzlers are outlawed, only outlaws will have Bedazzlers. Please welcome Dennis Duke to the Bad Album Cover Hall Of Fame.
In previous weeks we’ve talked about the Leave Me Alone (Lemelo) party’s stance on regulation and legislation. Great topics, sure, but the number one hassle in American life is people trying to […]
So yeah, I scored some tasty cuts at Steve The Manager’s promo party. I may have gotten stuck with Kip Adotta, too, but them’s the breaks. Here’s the best of the best […]
I abide by one guiding principle when reviewing new music: If I don’t like it, I don’t write it up. Making art is tough and putting it out there is even tougher. […]
Steve The Manager’s office was gone, buried beneath piles of promotional records so deep that he could barely fit behind his desk. He didn’t, really. Steve The Manager slumped into his desk […]
Very few great places remain to buy records. I’m sure it’s true in your town, but I know that it’s true in Sacramento. Physical media are something of a fetish item in […]
True. Funk. Legends. We’re talking Stax session players, Otis Redding’s backing band, players on Isaac Hayes’s classic Hot Buttered Soul. And then of course The Bar-Kays were seventies and eighties superstars in their […]
Well said, Mr. Warren, well said. And congratulations on your induction into the Bad Album Cover Hall Of Fame.