Joni Mitchell | The Complete Geffen Recordings – Lost Gem

Like her friend Neil Young, Joni Mitchell's years with Geffen Records wasn't exactly strewn with joy and happiness. Partly because of her relationship with the label's main chili cheese,...

Elton John | Goodbye Yellow Brick Road – Lost Gem

They don't make 'em like they used to. Well, at least Elton John doesn't. In the early 70s, the bespectacled piano man could do no wrong. Aided by the...

Neil Young | Silver & Gold – Lost Gem

On the heels of the congenial reunion he had with Crosby, Stills and Nash in 2000, Neil Young released Silver & Gold, his 23rd solo release that figured is...

Rush | Vapor Trails – Lost Gem

Six years after their previous studio album, 1996’s Test For Echo, Rush returned to the frontlines with a new album. Vapor Trails, their 17th studio album released in 2002,...

Geddy Lee | My Favourite Headache – Lost Gem

During Rush's hiatus in the late 90s into 2000, bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee unveiled his very first (and so far, only) solo record after being the third cog of Rush...

Heart | Dreamboat Annie – Lost Gem

The rise of Heart is one of those typical show biz success stories every band wishes to emulate. With a background in folk music, sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson...

Bruce Springsteen | The Rising – Lost Gem

With all the hubbub surrounding its arrival in 2002, many speculated that The Rising, Bruce Springsteen's first studio album with the E Street Band in over 15 years, would...

Yes | 90125 – Lost Gem

By the end of the 70s, progressive perennials Yes had simply run out of gas. After the Drama album, Steve Howe and Geoff Downes went on to form Asia, leaving Trevor...

Gentle Giant | Civilian – Lost Gem

Released in the spring of 1980, Gentle Giant's Civilian would mark the progressive rock band’s swan song. And even though guitarist Gary Green, keyboardist Kerry Minnear, singer Derek Shulman, bassist Ray...

Robert Plant | Dreamland – Lost Gem

Robert Plant has never been afraid to veer away from the monolithic overtones of Led Zeppelin. Early in his solo career, he walked a fine line between self-parody and...