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.
Virtual JFK - Vietnam Had Kennedy Lived speculates whether Kennedy would have gone to all out war in Vietnam.
Roxy Music - More Than This is an excellent documentary of the band, and features three songs live from 2006.
Revolution In Seattle is the memoir of Harvey O'Connor who took place in the great General Strike of 1919 in Seattle.
Paavo Jarvi and The Cincinatti Symphony Orchestra have recorded an incredible version of Holst's The Planets
Highly anticipated second printing allows fans in the UK and Europe access to this lavish book set.
Keith Jarrett's three disc set Testament is a return to the heights of his Köln Concert triumph.
On The Road With Charles Kuralt served up classic slices of Americana, and is available on DVD for the first time.
Anvil: The Story Of Anvil tells the tale of heavy metal survivors Anvil, who should have made it, but never did.
Air's latest breaks little new ground, but sounds as good as ever.
Old school jazz label Prestige Records celebrates their 60th Anniversary with this coffee table sized book of LP covers.