Into The Void: From Birth To Black Sabbath — And Beyond – Book Review

We’ve heard from Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi about their time in Black Sabbath and beyond. Now it’s time to get Geezer Butler’s take. The Black Sabbath bassist and...

Keith Emerson: The Official Illustrated Story – Book Review

Following the 2021 publication of their official Emerson, Lake & Palmer book, London-based publisher Rocket 88 has rolled out Keith Emerson: The Official Illustrated Story, a highly personal, introspective...

Rock And Roll Warrior – Book Review

If you’ve ever wondered if the guys and girls who work for the big rock bands, be they crew, tour managers, promoters, and press, have as much fun as...

Pink Floyd Animals: A Visual History – Book Review

When it comes to Pink Floyd’s tenth album Animals, I can’t get enough. Whether it’s the long-awaited remaster and remix, bootleg recordings from the tour, or high-priced memorabilia, I...

Long Train Runnin’: Our Story Of The Doobie Brothers – Book Review

Right from the mouths of Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons, with noted co-writer Chris Epting, we get all we ever need to know about the fabulous American music institution,...

Matt Sorum | Double Talkin’ Jive – Book Review

Sure, he has played with The Cult, Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver, and most recently joined Billy Gibbons on the ZZ Top guitarist’s “Big Bad Blues” tour. But we...

1973: The Golden Year Of Progressive Rock – Book Review

Did you happen to know that Brain Salad Surgery peaked at number 2 in the UK on December 30, 1973, one place behind Yes’ Tales From Topographic Oceans? Well, author and music...

Tramp’s Footprints: The History Of Supertramp – Book Review

You might think you know a little something about Supertramp. Maybe you’re a big fan and know a little about their history, the band members’ names and what they...

Yes: A Visual Biography – Book Review

Yes: A Visual Biography is another biography from Martin Popoff, a Canadian music journalist, critic, and author generally regarded as the preeminent heavy metal writer. Here, he leverages his acute...

Patch & Tweak With Moog – Book Review

In the annals of synthesizer innovation, pros and amateur musicians both bow to the Moog. The synthesizer that bears its inventor’s name — Robert Moog...