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.
Rock and roll, for all of its memorable riffs and heavy beats, is really a lyric-based medium.
Few artists lay claim to a perfect studio discography.
Kids don’t have many marketable skills. Booger eating is good for laughs, but there’s no real gold in them thar hills.
“Candidate 22” was just a dumb little piece of fiction, but we’ve all had that moment where we certain that the game was rigged.
Don’t let anybody tell you otherwise: LSD is some intense shit.