It’s the first day of summer–and you say you need some sweet Sixties sounds for your beach party? Well, this recent selection of reissue singles from Sundazed Records will serve you well!
We’re back! Our dormant daily feature is back, and this time, we’re paying tribute to Paul McCartney and his music. First up…an interesting little number, which leads us into today’s big feature…
Scott Fagan’s name might be attached to that of his world-renowned son, but his style–gentle, hushed folk a la Tim Buckley–possesses its own merits.
And now…the exciting conclusion to “Rainy Day, Dream Away!”
3AM Eternal: Bavarian Radio Orchestra, Requiem For Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Two Mixed Choirs & Orchestra (1968)
A classical composition and a sonic highlight from one of the greatest films of all time.
And now for a break in the scary stuff, it’s the theme song to the perennial Hallowe’en special, Charlie Brown!
The City was songwriter Carole King’s short-lived folk-rock trio; they released one promising album that would hint at King’s soon-to-be successful singing career.
A lovely offering from the first release of an unusual business partnership.
The gloomiest of the gloomiest? Good luck not tearing up
Though he would become synonymous with grand, bombastic soul ballads, singer Billy Paul‘s career did not start out that way. His 1968 debut–an album long out of print–was a live-in-the-studio recording of Paul with his jazz trio. It is stunning, then, when one first hears introductory number “Billy Boy,” for his style is much more… Read More ›