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10 Albums That Changed My Life
JOEY SANTIAGO Joey Santiago met Charles Thompson (aka Black Francis/Frank Black) when they were students at UMass Amherst. After they both dropped out of school, they formed Pixies in January 1986 with Thompson on rhythm guitar/lead vocals and Santi
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Alice Cooper Selected Discography
• EAS 1347 [DJ] I Got a Line on You (same on both sides) 1988 $12.00 • EAS 1663 [DJ] Poison (same on both sides) 1989 12.00 • EAS 1686 [DJ] Trash (same on both sides) 1989 12.00 • L33-17177 [DJ] He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask) (same on both sides
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Quick Picks
Wicked Cool/UMe (CD/DVD) Genre: Rock Summary: “I Saw Her Standing There” with Sir Paul himself, plus a rough ‘n’ ready Cavern Club lunchtime set that even features “Some Other Guy” (in reference to the film footage of the Fabs playing the same song
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Expanded 2-disc Edition Of 1976 Solo Album
● NEWLY REMASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES ● FEATURES A DVD WITH A HIGH RESOLUTION 96 kHz / 24-BIT RE-MASTER OF THE ORIGINAL STEREO MIX ALONG WITH A 5.1 SURROUND SOUND UP-MIX DERIVED FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES ● FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK
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In Memoriam
Poco’s Rusty Young passed away on April 14 at the age of 75. In 1968, he co-founded the group with Richie Furay, Jim Messina, Randy Meisner and George Grantham. Prior to Poco, Young’s steel guitar was heard on Buffalo Springfield’s “Kind Woman,” writ
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Who’s Best?
WHAT’S FOR TEA, MUM? The Who Sell Out was, is, and will always be Pete Townshend’s finest hour. Other albums might routinely pip it to the finishing post when readers poll time comes around, and Who’s Next certainly packs a stronger start and finis
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Rsd 2021
GOLDMINE: Considering all the chaos of 2020, how did the RSD Drops do across the country with record stores? What’s your feedback? What was the overall feedback from record store owners? MICHAEL KURTZ: The RSD Drops were not easy to execute for eve
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Nothing But The True Harum
THERE WERE THE NAMES Gary Brooker, Matthew Fisher, Robin Trower, David Knights, B.J. Wilson on the cover of that first, eponymous Procol Harum album, reading so English and looking so captivating in a typeface that telegraphed both mystery and humor.
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Stax Wax
ON AVERAGE, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis, Tennessee, is contacted once or twice a week about its interest in acquiring a music collection, says Jeff Kollath, the museum’s executive director. “It’s mostly small stuff — usually som
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Store Directory
Mobile Records 140B S. Sage Ave., Mobile, AL 36606 PH: 251-479-0096 FAX: 251-342-9252 Email: kglassal@aol.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11am - 7pm • Sun. 1-5pm Check us out on Facebook We have 3,500 square feet of space. Large front area for new and used viny
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The Return Of Alice Cooper
Veteran shock-rocker Alice Cooper has had a legendary career with plenty of accolades, but even he admits to being surprised at having a No. 1 album with his latest release, Detroit Stories. “If someone had told me 50 years ago that in 2021 at 73 thi
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New Releases
JUNE 2021 Al Stewart, Year Of The Cat (45th Anniversary Edition), Friday Music Two ● Aretha Franklin, I Knew You Were Waiting: The Best Of Aretha Franklin 1980-2014 [2LP], Legacy ● Bill Evans Trio, On A Friday Evening [2LP], Craft ● Billy F Gibbons,
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Indie Spotlight
One ought not be blamed for asking why Oliver Wood would opt to release a solo album when the band that bears his name, the Wood Brothers, generally gives him equal standing in the spotlight. However, even a perfunctory listen to Always Smilin’, his
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RSD’s 2021 Canadian Ambassador: TRIUMPH
TRIUMPH ARE ONE of the most iconic bands to come out of Canada. It took a few years for the melodic hard rock trio of Mike Levine (bass, keyboards, synthesizers), Gil Moore (drums, vocals) and Rik Emmett (guitar, lead vocals) to break through across
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KOSMO Clash
It was Mick Jones idea to see if I had any art that would work as a new cover for the first official release of If Music Could Talk, which was first pressed as a radio promo LP in 1981. Mick’s thinking was “Kosmo did the interviews,” (featured on the
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Reviews
On their first album in nearly four years, the classic rock machine known as Cheap Trick have cooked up a fine collection of hard-driving tuneage that plays up each member’s individual strengths: Rick Nielsen flings out his patented meaty guitar riff
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The Who As Advertised!
Released in December of ’67, The Who Sell Out, judged against the flower power psychedelia of albums like Sgt. Pepper by The Beatles, Their Satanic Majesties Request by The Rolling Stones and Surrealistic Pillow by Jefferson Airplane, was an outlier,
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Roger Daltrey
The Who Sell Out is a very underrated and important album for The Who, innovative in its union of pop art and commercials. It’s one of my favorite Who albums. It was done because our government was getting rid of our music, which was the pirate rad
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An Anderson Annversary
Jon Anderson’s solo debut album, Olias of Sunhillow, has just been reissued, a gorgeous package that includes both the original album plus a breathtaking 5.1 presentation that simply flies around the room — so much more going on, so many more pieces
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It’s Not Unusual…
Few artists can claim a career as constant and consistent as that of Tom Jones. Having achieved his first flush of stardom in 1965 with the worldwide smash “It’s Not Unusual,” he went on to claim a series of chart-topping singles throughout the mid-t
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A Pig’s Tale
IN THE BEGINNING there was the Great White Wonder, an album that birthed an entire industry and spawned what quickly became a bootleg bonanza. Nowadays, these so-called “unauthorized recordings” are fairly commonplace and can even be purchased legiti
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VP/General Manager, Collectibles Corinne Zielke Editor Patrick Prince, goldminemagazine@aimmedia.com Design Dave Hauser Contributing Editors John M. Borack, Ray Chelstowski, John Curley, Frank Daniels, John French, Mike Greenblatt, Chris M. Junior
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Power Vocals
For a musical genre known to favor male vocalists there are few men or women who have made the kind of impact that Ann Wilson has on rock and roll. As co-founder of the band Heart, she and her sister Nancy joined forces to deliver a sound that would
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30 Years With The Mother Hips
Some artists have made a successful career out of establishing a signature sound and then sticking with it over the course of their entire catalog. Other artists take a potentially riskier approach, following their muse wherever it takes them. The la
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Market Watch
Earth AD/Wolf’s Blood Plan 9 PL9-02 Condition: NM/NM Sold for: $13,800.00 This is one of the (100) scarce copies of the 1983 album on green vinyl. It was the band’s second American album, and the last to be recorded with Glenn Danzig on vocals. “B
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Stinkweeds Phoenix, Arizona
This store has something for everyone who loves records. First, they have some of the best store swag out there. Great designs and concepts on the swag. You will also find some band T-shirts. And you will find books and a few record players. They als
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The Go-getter
Ask serious music fans to name a tasteful guitarist, and inevitably Steve Cropper’s name is going to come up. As a studio musician, Cropper’s work is part of the center of gravity of innumerable recordings that came out of Memphis’ Stax Records in th
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JOHN HURLBUT & JORMA KAUKONEN THE RIVER FLOWS
In this informal acoustic eight-song set, old friends John Hurlbut and the legendary Jorma Kaukonen — of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna — sit and pick, and probably grin. The vibe is hippie-mellow. The sonic textures of Kaukonen’s guitar are strikin
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Store Directory
Mobile Records 140B S. Sage Ave. Mobile, AL 36606 PH: 251-479-0096 FAX: 251-342-9252 Email: kglassal@aol.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11am - 7pm • Sun. 1-5pm Check us out on Facebook We have 3,500 square feet of space. Large front area for new and used vinyl
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Deko Rocks!
WHEN GENE SIMMONS of the band KISS said that “Rock is dead” it sent shock waves throughout the industry. He clarified his comments by saying that new bands “haven’t taken the time to create glamour, excitement and epic stuff ” and that they lacked th
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