Since its publication in 2014, this interview with A Girl Called Eddy’s Erin Moran has consistently been one of The Recoup’s most popular stories. Learn more about the mysterious Moran and the making of one of the best albums you’ve probably never heard.
Somewhere in Texas. Loves life, love, and Mike Love. Needs a date to the prom. Tries not to write in cliches. Owner of therecoup.com and semi-professional talker to people.
Here is a rare treat for those of you in warmer climes…one of the rarer singles from the Beach Boys, a 1974 Christmas confection that nobody heard.
Best Of The Recoup: Like A Jewel Curled Around Your Finger: The Story of The American Analog Set’s Know By Heart
Published in 2014, this interview with American Analog Set frontman Andrew Kenny discusses the making of the band’s fourth album, Know By Heart.
A lovely little late-period number with a Jeff Lynne-style production, and one interesting backstory.
Yeah, yeah, we know some people hate it, but I love it. I love it a lot. And The Recoup is all about what I love.
Bad English was an AOR supergroup formed during the downtime of their members’ successive projects. Their self-titled debut album featured one massive hit and a dozen more equally delightful hard rock confections, and remains more than a mere side project.
Taken from the Third Man Records release, Biddeford.
k.d. lang’s 1992 album Ingénue was her attempt at a pop crossover, and it succeeded beyond all expectations. This twenty-fifth anniversary deluxe edition is skimpy and frustrating, but it doesn’t change the fact that Ingénue is both one of her finest albums of her career and one of the best albums of the 1990s.
We pay tribute to the late George Romero, who passed away yesterday, with a masterfully-edited fan video that sums up what made his 1978 film Dawn of the Dead such wonderful, creepy experience.
Taken from the Latenight Weeknight Records release, Room For The Others.