When Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker died in 2017, his partner Donald Fagen decided to keep the name alive. Northeast Corridor is a collection of live performances from the post-Becker band, and it shows how well Steely Dan’s new lineup superbly carries on.
The Recoup Song Of The Day for Monday, November 29th is “Death Of A Dream” by J Mascis, taken from the Royal Potato Family release Highway Butterfly: The Songs of Neal Casal.
When Blind Melon frontman Shannon Hoon died unexpectedly in 1995, he left behind thousands of hours of video recordings. All I Can Say gives us a haunting, raw, and occasionally moving glimpse into the life and rollercoaster success of a young man doomed to self-destruct.
To be called a sellout used to be the kiss of death for independent bands. Dan Ozzi’s fantastic new book Sellout explores the concept in depth, looking at eleven bands who, for better or worse, had to face the accusations when they signed to major labels.
I spend some time recalling the lessons of music appreciation taught to me by the greatest teacher I’ve ever known–my father–and Blondie.
The Recoup will return from hiatus on Monday, March 29th. Thank you for your patience during this time.
Music industry mogul Tommy LiPuma lived a rags-to-riches life, going from humble beginnings to the top of the music business. In this exclusive excerpt, we see Tommy at what would become his final farewell.
Scottish label Last Night From Glasgow hit upon an amazing business model, one built on subscriptions and a non-profit ethos. Surprisingly, this model has proven quite successful. We sat down with founder Ian Smith to learn more about his label and how it operates.
We remember the late pop and country crooner BJ Thomas, who passed away Saturday at the age of 78 after a battle with lung cancer.