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Stax Records and its subsidiary Volt were essentially singles labels, constantly searching for a song/artist combination that would connect with the ...read more


If your introduction to Pink Floyd (and the extent of your knowledge of the group) extends from ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ to ‘The Wall,’ then you are in for ...read more


My longstanding opinion of the Sonics has remained fairly consistent over the years. I always considered them a really good garage punk band with a few ...read more


It’s sad to acknowledge how America has forgotten some of our best soul artists. It’s understood that the world of popular music is ephemeral and subject ...read more


It’s kind of weird to say that one of Buddy Guy’s best albums is not a Buddy Guy album at all – his name didn’t even appear on the original release of ...read more


The accepted ‘book’ on this album is that it is the most influential album of all time that nobody actually bought. According to Billboard, though, the ...read more


My intention is to not flood this series with too many selections by the same artists, but it’s hard to cull Gene Clark’s overlooked catalog of great ...read more


By 1975, it seems as though critics and the public at large had formulated their ‘final’ opinions on Neil Young and Stephen Stills. Close friends who ...read more


February 1967 It’s too bad that the Left Banke weren’t able to flourish in their time. “Walk Away Renee” and “Pretty Ballerina” were two of the most ...read more


We lost one of the last true legends of the blues last week – maybe B.B. King is the last living legend of the blues. Nobody else alive goes back as ...read more


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