John Wetton | An Extraordinary Life – Box Set Review

Dearly departed John Wetton surely warrants a sprawling solo career retrospective…and he gets it with an eight-CD boxset called An Extraordinary Life. Although the bassist, vocalist, and songwriter played with...

Nektar | Remember The Future (50th Anniversary Edition) – Box Set Review

Released in 1973, Nektar gave the world their two-part concept album Remember The Future. Charting in Germany and reaching number thirteen on the US Billboard charts, the band’s fourth...

Keith Emerson | Variations – Box Set Review

Across 20 CDs (yes 20!),  we get the sprawling Variations box set, chronicling the career of Keith Emerson. The set is broken up into five sections — Part One:...

Van Halen | The Collection II – Box Set Review

In the early 80s, Van Halen were one of the biggest bands on the planet. Unfortunately, like so many before and since, one of the band’s members — specifically...

Jethro Tull | Broadsword And The Beast (The 40th Anniversary Monster Edition) – Box...

Next up in Jethro Tull’s rotation of classic album boxsets is the 1982 release, Broadsword And The Beast. Much like its predecessor, 1980’s A, the album is heavily keyboard-oriented...

Grateful Dead | Here Comes Sunshine 1973 – Box Set Review

Watch out, it's another live release from the Grateful Dead! Yeah, there’s a regular rotation of the band’s live material bubbling to the surface, though you might want to...

Whitesnake | Still Good To Be Bad – Box Set Review

When Whitesnake broke big in 1987 with their self-titled album and eye-raising videos, it looked like the group had finally arrived. It only took nearly 10 years, various personnel...

Rush | Signals (40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) – Box Set Review

I clearly recall asking “Where’s Alex?” when first spinning Rush’s Signals when it was released in 1982. The ninth studio album from the Canadian trio of Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee,...

Pink Floyd | The Dark Side Of The Moon (50th Anniversary) – Box Set...

Fifty years after it was released, Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon is one of the most inventive albums of all time. It remains a strong seller...

Leon Russell | Signature Songs – Reissue Review

Hearing a songwriter sing and play, accompanied by only a piano or acoustic guitar, you can surely hear the uniqueness of their talent. This is most certainly the case...