Greg Barbrick is a Seattle native who was first published in 1988, in his hometown music magazine, The Rocket. Since then his work has appeared in print and online for numerous sources. He Googles himself so often that his mother told him it would make him go blind.
The second season of one of the best British dramas on TV is now available on DVD.
The full account of the Pathfinder mission during World War II.
Excellent collection of later works from composer Conlon Nancarrow.
Now you can play Texas Hold 'Em and learn about classical music at the same time.
This release is a fine epitaph to the brilliant sitar player's career.
Excellent starter book for the budding guitarist.
Excellent study of jazz during the crucial years 1945 to 1972.
The newly remastered edition of The Smashing Pumpkins magnum opus is a reminder of one of the best albums of the Clinton era.
This crowning achievement from TASCHEN features every painting and drawing known from the Master of the Italian Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci.
Five years after the concert, Led Zeppelin's reunion concert has been released, and it was a brilliant night for the band.