Banjo aficionados should delight in this album from Art Rosenbaum, whose consummate work on the instrument can also be heard
An unjustly ignored side street in musical history gets its due in this fascinating companion to Sire Records’ History of
That Kenny Vance spent 13 years with Jay and the Americans, the quintessence of sugary-pop purveyors, renders his solo debut
The Moody Blues may be taking a rest from one another, but they’re keeping busy on their own. Group members
Rainbow is billed as a “totally new musical spectrum” for Blackmore, a founder of and former lead guitarist for Deep
Uriah Heep’s bagful of studio gimmickry and David Byron’s hard-hitting vocals help give this ninth group release its commercial appeal.