A fine Gospel number for this Sunday morning courtesy of the Godmother of Rock and Roll. Enjoy it! (i know you will.)
A classic blues-rock album sees a 40th anniversary reissue, both in an expanded album version and a super-deluxe multi-disc box set. New fans, start here.
This week we’re examining some of esteemed independent label Sub Pop’s diverse attempts at freeing themselves of the Grunge image they at one time insisted on being. First up: their lone R&B album.
Panama Limited Jug Band is one of those late 1960s British groups that truly defies expectations. Taking their name from a Bukka White song, this London group consisted of members of the scene’s burgeoning blues scene, and were signed to EMI‘s experimental label Harvest. Their self-titled debut album featured fifteen songs, all of which… Read More ›