It's still too early to label Tempest as Dylan's latest masterpiece. But what can be said, without reservation, is that this is one great Bob Dylan album.
Hammered is an often lewd, crude, but fascinating account of journalist Kurt Blow's encounters with heavy metal musicians and others.
The Stones rolled into Texas with a number one album in America, but they still had something to prove.
The historic 1981 summit meeting between the Stones and Muddy Waters at Buddy Guy's Chicago Juke Joint finally gets the proper release it deserves.
The Rockologist returns, with a few updates to his Neil Young book in a BC exclusive.
Boyd deftly juggles arcane and eminent facts in his exploration of the forever-in-flux artist, from his Canadian beginnings to California boom, and from “Mr. Soul” to Motown soul. Yes: Motown!
This reissue illustrates how Little Richard charged the music world with excitement from his very first recording.
Alabama Shakes' debut album offers an opportunity to welcome the still-beating heart of rock & roll a new life.
Surprisingly, this artful sequel sounds like Jethro Tull of old.
A live recording worth owning for any Joplin aficionado.