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Music Review: Charley Pride – ‘The Gospel Collection’

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A unique sidetrack in the career of a country superstar, this reissue presents two of the better gospel albums of the 1970s. Read More »

Music Review: Sea Level – “Cats on the Coast/On the Edge”

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Sea Level had a short career, but was a competent and professional band that had a unique blend of sounds, and seemed to have had some fun along the way. Read More »

Music Review: The Hello People – Fusion

A very good album from a very odd group has been re-released by Real Gone Music. Read More »

Music Review: John Hartford – Aereo-Plain/Morning Bugle: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings

Two often forgotten John Hartford albums have been reissued by Real Gone Music. Read More »

Music Review: 20/20 – 20/20 and Look Out!

Real Gone Music releases the classic debut of 20/20, plus their follow-up Look Out! Read More »

Music Review: Sanford & Townsend – Smoke From a Distant Fire and Nail Me to the Wall

Real Gone Music reissues two great late-'70s albums by Sanford & Townsend. Read More »

Music Review: Rita Pavone – The International Teen-age Sensation

A reissue of the Italian singer's English-language debut, featuring the hit "Remember Me." Read More »

Music Review: Mick Fleetwood’s Zoo – I’m Not Me

Lazy, harmless pop rock fluff led by Mick Fleetwood. Read More »

Music Review: Chubby Checker – It’s Pony Time/Let’s Twist Again

Real Gone Music reaches back to 1961 for the reissue of two albums by Chubby Checker. Read More »

Music Review: Jerry Reed – The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice Of Jerry Reed/Nashville Underground

Two for the price of one as Jerry Reed's first two albums are reissued. Read More »