Status Quo | Aquostic (Stripped Bare) – CD Review

You have to love a rock band a half century into their career, and they're still trying new things. Britain's Status Quo has jumped out of their rockin' comfort...

Tommy Bolin | Definitive Teaser Collector’s Edition

After stints with Zephyr and James Gang, guitarist Tommy Bolin released Teaser, his debut solo album, in 1975. Around the same time, Ritchie Blackmore departed Deep Purple and the...

The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – CD Review

The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra pairs the iconic American band’s original vocal performances with symphonic arrangements. recently recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Abbey...

Tonite Lets All Make Love In London (Remastered Edition) – CD Review

The remastered (from the original master tape) Tonite Lets All Make Love In London soundtrack brings one instantly back to the kaleidoscopic height of “swinging” London in 1967. British...

Ian Gillan & Tony Iommi | WhoCares – CD Review

There are some of us still scratching our heads about the time Ian Gillan became the lead singer for Black Sabbath. Certainly, the Deep Purple vocalist had the credentials...

Bob Dylan | The Witmark Demos – CD Review

When Bob Dylan first started, the music business was a completely different game from what it is today. Songwriters wrote the songs and different singers sang those songs. At...

Tommy Bolin | Whirlwind – CD Review

Guitarist Tommy Bolin, who died in 1976, is a classic case of the "what if's." Listening to his work with Billy Cobham, James Gang and Deep Purple, as well...

Keith Emerson | Honky | At The Movies | Off The Shelf – CD...

Keith Emerson, despite a series of misfortunes and miscalculated career moves, is still considered a legendary virtuoso of the keyboards. The Nice and ELP fading in his rearview mirror,...

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...

Bob Dylan | Dylan – CD Review

Revisiting the music of Bob Dylan can be a trifling, traumatic experience for the uninitiated. The sheer diversity and volume is enough to make even self-proclaimed Dylanologist A. J....