A multi-artist tribute to the under-appreciated Willie Nile, a rare release from singer/songwriter Greg Copeland, promising newcomer Juni Ata, and western music from Colter Wall.
Chrissie Hynde’s Pretenders deliver songs that recall their past glories. Plus, folk from Sylvie Simmons, a doo-wop anthology from the Five Keys, and psychedelia-flavored Americana from Nocona.
A 46-year-old concert surfaces from Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry. Plus, previously unreleased Phil Ochs tracks and new music from John Fusco and Rick Berthod.
Brian Wilson’s 1995 collaboration with Van Dyke Parks is back in a 25th anniversary edition. Plus three more notable releases.
The Explorers Club pay tribute to late 60s/early 70s hits. Plus, folk/pop from Julian Taylor, rockabilly from Al Hendrix, and Mark Fredson’s “Bitchin’ Summer.”
Rock and roll has always pushed the limits. Here are seven cases where the censors pushed back.