Friends in Athens, Georgia–if you’d like to pick up a print copy of The Recoup, just mosey on down to Wuxtry Records and pick one up!
Austin friends, you may now pick up your very own copy of The Recoup at Austin’s fine, upscale new bookstore, Farewell Books!
Lost Singles: Conway Twitty “I Don’t Know A Thing About Love (The Moon Song)” c/w “Don’t Cry Joni” (1984)
Conway Twitty was an exceptional musician, and though his hairdos might have been funny, he was a seriously talented man. He was also a rarity in that unlike many of the country […]
If you are in the Baltimore area, mosey on down to Atomic Books, hon! Or make with the click-click and purchase it from them online!
I’m in the rush of getting issue two ready for the fall, so it may be a little quiet as of late, but if you’re in the Austin area, you can now […]
Royal Trux “Back to School” c/w “Cleveland” Drag City DC35 Released October 14, 1993 It’s that time of year again, and there’s not a shortage of songs about the end of summer […]
“‘Remember when?’ is the lowest form of conversation.” – Tony Soprano In writing about older music here and in the print edition of The Recoup, I’ve purposefully set about trying to avoid […]
Dallas area friends, you may now pick up a copy of The Recoup at one of our favorite record stores ever, Good Records. Go check ’em out, beat the heat with some […]
Chicago friends, the wonderfully fine folk at Quimby’s are now stocking The Recoup on its shelves. Please support both independent publishers (hey, that’s me!) and independent bookstores!
Yesterday, I was listening to numerous cover versions of soft-rock band Bread‘s classic ballad, “If.” Various versions passed through my ears–from Rachel Goswell to Joe Pass to Scott Walker and Olivia Newton-John. […]