Led Zeppelin | I, II, III Deluxe Editions – CD Review

Diehard fans of Led Zeppelin knew that at some point the lid would be blown off, and Jimmy Page would finally cough up the goods nice and proper —...

Pink Floyd | The Wall (Experience & Immersion Editions) – CD Review

The Experience and Immersion editions of Pink Floyd's The Wall are, supposedly, the last bricks to fill in the Why Pink Floyd? reissue campaign. Following expanded versions of The...

Pink Floyd | The Later Years – Box Set Review

Pink Floyd has gone to great lengths to preserve their legacy with numerous box sets, compilations, and DVDs/Blu-ray Discs. In 2016, they put out the monolithic, 33-disc The Early...

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young | Déjà Vu 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition – Reissue...

Having paid their dues with the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield and the Hollies — David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash came together and created an irresistible vocal blend on...

Dio | Holy Diver (Super Deluxe Edition) – Reissue Review

Ronnie James Dio’s success as the lead singer for both Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow and Black Sabbath was enough to put him in the driver’s seat for his debut solo...

Paul McCartney & Wings | Rockshow & Wings Over America – Blu-Ray Disc &...

In 1976, Paul McCartney finally decided to go out on his first worldwide tour since 1966, back when he got off the road with the Beatles. At the time,...

Electric Light Orchestra | No Answer | ELO II

Before Electric Light Orchestra blasted out of the blue and turned into a bland pop machine, they came very close to becoming an orchestra in the truest sense of...

Creedence Clearwater Revival | Reissues – CD Review

The bitter relations between Fantasy Records and its star attraction, Creedence Clearwater Revival, or more directly John Fogerty, began to thaw when Fogerty rejoined the label (now owned by...

Emerson, Lake & Palmer | Trilogy (Deluxe Edition) – CD Review

Trilogy, the appropriately titled third studio album from Emerson, Lake & Palmer, was released in 1972 and welcomed with open arms. Tarkus, its predecessor, was conceptually brilliant, but Trilogy...

The Beatles | 1962 – 1966 & 1967 – 1970 – CD Review

In the liner notes for the 2010 remasters of the Beatles’ compilations 1962-1966 and 1967-1970, journalist Bill Flanagan writes that the group’s “greatest impact was on people born between...