A two-CD set delivers everything you need from an unjustly overlooked rock pioneer, plus impressive releases from Mandy Barnett and Emily Scott Robinson and a film about the influential US Festival.
Previously unissued material chronicles Bob Dylan’s phenomenal artistic growth from 1962 to 1966. Plus, the Posies’ second album is reissued and significantly expanded.
A 50th anniversary edition of the Grateful Dead’s adventurous second album, plus a reggae reissue and CDs from new and veteran folksingers.
A bargain-priced box set collects three illuminating Lou Reed concerts from 1976 and 1989. Plus, a career-spanning anthology from Thomas Dolby and CDs from Chicago Farmer and Raquel Bell.
The Rose Garden, a one-hit wonder from 1967, turn out to be more noteworthy than you might have guessed. Plus a revelatory collection of previously unreleased material from the Byrds’ Gene Clark and standout CDs from Michael Kelsh, Salim Nourallah, and Kevin Gordon.
Poor video quality mars a performance by one of the most innovative comedy group’s of all time but two bonus features offer some compensation.