Tales Of Justine is an obscure band, but it’s not a particularly good band. Instead, it serves as an interesting historical curio and is a document of a duo who would go on to achieve significantly greater musical success.
We remember Mike “Gabby” Gaborno, frontman of the classic SoCal punk bands Cadillac Tramps and Manic Hispanic.
The twenty songs on this twofer from country crooner Jim Ed Brown might only scratch the surface of his brief but vast solo career, but it highlights the high quality of his output in twenty superb songs.
Leviathan was the new moniker of Mike Stuart Span, whose label insisted they change their name. It wasn’t an unwise decision, as their music was suddenly much different than what they had previously done. Sadly, complying with their label’s demands didn’t seem to matter, as their sole album is finally seeing release 48 years after its rejection.
BREAKING NEWS: Tripping Daisy have reunited!
For the next several Thursdays, we will be taking an in-depth trip into the massive, amazing Pink Floyd archival release, The Early Years 1965-1972. Our first stop: the recently unearthed recording session by The Tea Set, the earliest iteration of what would soon become The Pink Floyd.
Tyketto’s debut album Don’t Come Easy was a victim of the sea change caused by grunge and alternative rock, a record released with much promise yet quickly left to wither and die after its release. This reissue reintroduces to the world an album that has since been recognized as a lost classic.
Taken from the forthcoming Jasmine Records release, Sugar Pie: A Little Bit Of Soul 1957-1962.
Taken from the Reprise Records release, Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc..
Conservative writer William F. Buckley, was a masterful writer, and this posthumous collection of obituaries and eulogies highlights the complex nature of saying farewell in public.