Here are few new music releases on vinyl that I am looking forward to this year.
Saying good-bye is hard, especially when writing this column brought us so many new friends as we explored and shared some of our favorite businesses. But this will be our last column.
On the DVD “Troubadours; Rise Of the Singer Songwriter” David Crosby says that an artist or a band can take 10 years or their whole life to make that first record. But it is the second album where you find out how good they really are.
One of, if not the most anticipated reissues in the 32 year history of Triple Play Records will be available on Oct. 16.
In continuation of what is a different year for Record Store Day — instead of a one-day event, for 2020 it is spaced over three days and beyond — Saturday, Sept. 26, will be the second “drop day” for special releases.
If you are a fan of Fleetwood Mac prior to the Lindsey Buckingham/Stevie Nicks era, I have what I think is some great news for you.
Until this year, Record Store Day was held one Saturday every April since 2008. Now it has adapted to current events and created a new way to celebrate Record Store Day.
“Take the last train to Clarksville. And I’ll meet you at the station. You can be there by four-thirty. ‘Cause I’ve made your reservation, don’t be slow.”
For most of my life I listened to rock ’n’ roll music more than any other genre. That changed in the past year as I have listened to jazz more than any other music.
It is no secret that I love country-rock music. The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Byrds, Poco and, to some extent, Michael Nesmith get most of the credit for creating the genre.