Did you ever see The Jam live? We have a new book coming out The Jam – The Day I Was There which we are working on with Jam drummer Rick Buckler. If you were a fan and did see them and would like to share your story in the book then please send to […]

The Dame. In your actual hand. David Bowie exhibition is coming to the palm of your hand Link to original article here

By Nick Scelsi: A snare drum, a tambourine, a hand-cranked siren, 90 minutes of studio time, and his own rhythmic spoken-word vocals were all a 28-year-old recording engineer named Jerry Samuels needed to create one of the strangest, fastest-selling, and most controversial hit singles in the history of popular music. Released by Warner Bros. Records […]

“…By the time they got to Joni’s…..” or “…It was a long time coming…..” 50 years ago today. Everybody wants to hold that one epic party in their lifetime, you know, the one people will talk about for years to come. Joni Mitchell had one. On July 3, 1968, Joni had a a get-together for […]

On June 13, 1983, the world was exposed to an up and coming guitarist and his band for the first time. Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble released their debut album “Texas Flood”. The album was named after a cover featured on the album “Texas Flood,” recorded by blues singer Larry Davis in 1958. Produced […]

Being on the road as an up and coming band in the early 70’s was never easy. Club owners / promoters were always looking for ways to screw the band. On April 30, 1970, The Allman Brothers Band had a problem: The following is an article that was written by David J. Krajicek and appeared […]

With Record Store Day coming on 21st April, we are posting some of our favourites from the office. Starting with The Beach Boys Carl and the Passions – “So Tough”. Read it here

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