The Kinks | The Journey – Part 1 – Compilation Review

I’m not sure you’re likely to find a better bunch of songs to enjoy than a collection of early tunes from the Kinks. One of the greatest ever British...

Kansas | Another Fork In The Road – 50 Years Of Kansas – Compilation...

Kansas celebrates their 50th anniversary with Another Fork In The Road – 50 Years Of Kansas. Across three discs, containing a whopping 39 songs, we get a wide spread of...

The Doors | Paris Blues – Compilation Review

The Doors fabled studio outtake, “Paris Blues,” recorded either for The Soft Parade or L.A. Woman (the band could never seem to remember) was thought lost. The only tape of the tune...

John Entwistle | Rarities Oxhumed – Volume One – Compilation Review

I often think of George Harrison and John Entwistle as two sides of the same coin; two rather fine songwriters overshadowed by the more notable and prodigious output of...

Emerson, Lake & Palmer | Singles – Compilation Review

The Singles boxset allows one to traipse across Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s substantial oeuvre by listening to a dozen 7’’ vinyl records, with music plucked from the band’s 1970...

The Beatles And India: Songs Inspired By The Film – Compilation Review

Under the spiritual guidance of Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the Beatles took a trip to Rishikesh, India, in 1968 to study Transcendental Meditation and set out on a...

Various Artists | Badfinger: No Matter What – Revisiting The Hits – Compilation Review

Badfinger: No Matter What - Revisiting The Hits is a full-length album featuring A-list artists collaborating across a wonderful array of songs from Badfinger. As the first band signed...

Greg Lake | The Anthology – Compilation Review

As a founding member of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Greg Lake achieved and collected the kind of accolades most other musicians only dream about. His passing...

Blue Öyster Cult | Cult Classic & Hard Rock Live Cleveland 2014 – CD...

The deal Frontiers Music Srl cut with Blue Öyster Cult, who, at press time, are recording their first studio album of new music since 2001, includes the rights to...

Phenomena | Anthology – CD Review

The Phenomena concept was created by Tom Galley, whose brother Mel Galley played guitar for Trapeze and Whitesnake. Drawing on a theme supernatural phenomena, Tom wrote most of the...