Three reissues feature AM radio hits and obscurities from the late 50s and early 60s. Plus, Steve Forbert revisits one of his best albums and a reissue from the late, great Jimmy LaFave.
A 50th anniversary edition of the Doors’ “Morrison Hotel” couples a remaster of the original album to 19 works in progress. Plus, more new releases.
A super-deluxe edition spotlights one of U2’s best albums. Plus, poetry set to music from Elliott Murphy and a long-lost collection of Jamaican gems.
A collection of early folk music answers an obvious question that nobody previously thought to ask and The Bee Gees shine on a new live anthology. Plus, Johnny Nicholas and the Flamin’ Groovies.
A book documents the history of a popular 1960s British TV rock and pop show. Also, reviews of CDs from Solomon Burke, Sensational Country Blues Wonders!, Paul Winter, and Felix Hatfield.
One of Lou Reed’s best albums, 1989’s ‘New York,’ reappears in a deluxe edition. Plus, an album of Leonard Cohen covers and new music from Rick Shea.