If “transitional album” ever makes its way to Websters, Empire’s album cover should be pictured right next to the definition.
It all began with a broken Fender Telecaster.
Here’s another playlist that started as a discussion in the Facebook music group that I manage. Last week’s “live tracks better than their studio cousins” list led to the suggestion of cover […]
If I had to whittle my test pressings down to a single one, this would be it.
Imagination really is both our greatest blessing and our greatest liability.
Well, okay. All of these songs are real, but they’re about imagining.
After the riots, the producers of The Looters found themselves without a movie title, but one of the film’s stars had a solution.
The thing about young bands is that if they stick around long enough they become old bands.
It was big, shiny, and polished. Ten was the album we were supposed to hate.
Collecting Pearl Jam bootlegs is kind of, well, odd.