Taken from the él Records release, Today.
Welsh progressive rockers Blonde On Blonde overcame the loss of their frontman and visionary, releasing two promising but ultimately commercially unsuccessful albums.
Gerry Rafferty’s 1971 debut album, Can I Have My Money Back? was a record that should have been a major hit; unfortunately, it was largely ignored, and led to the formation of his band Stealers Wheel.
This lost Ravi Shankar performance captures him in an intimate, early morning living room show in June, 1971. A famous friend was in attendance, and the genesis of the first rock and roll benefit concert was borne here.
These four songs capture the enigmatic Nico live, and still stand the test of time, while being a short and sweet greatest hits of an artist who still defies classification.
Sunshine pop for a rainy day? Why not?!?
The final installment of the Stone The Crows reissue series finds the band carrying on in the face of adversity and gruesome tragedy, resulting in some fine blues rock.
One of the most disturbing rock and roll hits of all time. Don’t believe the hype that it’s about the horse…..
A fun, jaunty little psych-country rocker from one of the era’s most underrated performers.
This twofer collects two of Tammy Wynette’s early 70s albums, and double down on her stand-by-her-man outlook on life.