“Why would you pay good money to see Jethro Tull?” That’s the first question people asked me
Here’s one for the Beatles fan who has everything.
While you’re reading this, I’m sitting stiffly in my Sunday clothes, paying my respects to a lost friend. Too soon, too soon.
These bootlegs are horrible. I love them.
What’s cooler than owning a 50 year-old album that’s never been opened and still has hype stickers on its shrink wrap? Well, lots of things. World peace, eternal youth, and bottomless cheesecake […]
First let’s get the vinyl geeks out of the way: This is the 1978 white vinyl UK reissue of The Beatles, aka The White Album.
The late ’60s come down to two years musically, and 1968 ain’t one of them.
This week’s “Deep Cuts” is a rarity: a request.
What makes a record worth collecting?
When is James Brown not the star of his own “From the Stacks” feature? When he’s sharing the stage with Earl “Madman” Muntz.