Tag: The Bangles
The latest in a series of excursions into the legendarily prolific Prince offers up a compelling theme: fifteen songs Prince gave to friends and his protégées. Even though the ubiquity of some of the hits casts a bit of a shadow on Prince’s versions, on the whole this is an interesting look into his talent.
Taken from the Yep Roc release, 3 x 4.
Taken from the Omnivore Recordings release, A World Of My Own.
This new compilation highlights the earliest work of the pop band The Bangles, and captures their fun, Paisley Underground spirit and punk-rock spunk that would soon be traded in for slick, Top 40 pop.
Rainy Day was a one-off studio project that involved a handful of key members of the Paisley Underground scene, including members of The Dream Syndicate, Rain Parade, The Bangles, and The Three O’Clock. Their sole album, a self-titled affair, is a rare gem that is sought after by those in the know, commanding high prices and… Read More ›
The Bangles’ pre-major label era finally gets the compilation it rightly deserves.