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Prodigal Son Adam Bomb Plans Big Seattle Homecoming Shows

Seattle Metal 1980s

Adam Bomb's Seattle shows will be a reunion for fans and musicians of a scene that had come and gone by the time Kurt Cobain graduated middle school. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Living Years: The First Genesis Memoir’ by Mike Rutherford

living years

If one sets aside their expectations for a boat-load of Genesis gossip and trivia, Mike Rutherford's 'The Living Years' is a very personal memoir. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Kelly – ‘Paul Kelly Presents: The Merri Soul Sessions’

Paul Kelly

'Paul Kelly Presents: The Merri Soul Sessions' is an album I am grateful to have been turned on to, and is definitely recommended. Read More »

Music Review: Neu Gestalt – ‘Inside the Rain Chamber’

Inside the Rain Chamber

Neu Gestalt's 'Inside the Rain Chamber' is both beautiful and disconcerting, electronic yet oddly human. Read More »

Music Review: Miles Davis – ‘Chronicles: The Complete Prestige Recordings 1951 – 1956′ [Box Set]

milesbox

'Chronicles' is an eight-CD Miles Davis set which represents his work with the Prestige label, during which the man with the horn came into his own. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Look Again to the Wind: Johnny Cash’s ‘Bitter Tears’ Revisited’

Look Again to the Wind

'Look Again to the Wind' is one of the finest true country albums of 2014. Plus, it shines the light on an excellent early Sixties recording from The Man in Black. Read More »

Music Review: Oasis – ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’ [Remastered Deluxe Edition]

Oasis

The extra baubles are nice, but the two discs of live and rare material are what make this reissue a must for fans. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: Genesis – ‘Three Sides Live’

Genesis 3 Sides Live

The Blu-ray debut of 'Three Sides Live' by Genesis provides an excellent opportunity to catch them on their way to superstardom. Read More »

Music Review: Deep Purple – ‘Graz 1975′

Graz 1975 (Deep Purple)

'Graz 1975' captures the third incarnation of Deep Purple in their final days, and is among the finest of their many live albums. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘The Soul of Designer Records’

The Soul of Designer Records

'The Soul of Designer Records' is one of the most fascinating compilations of gospel music ever produced. Read More »