Fifty years after rock’s most famous festival, a giant box set delivers just about everything but the mud, rain, and traffic jams.
Jimi Hendrix’s classic Electric Ladyland gets the reissue it deserves. Plus, albums from the Brother Brothers, Glen Campbell, and Procol Harum, and a Rolling Stones-curated blues anthology
Half a century after his death, we’re still getting new music from Jimi Hendrix. Plus, a reissue from Elliott Murphy and reviews of releases from Nino Tempo, Juliana Hatfield, Robbie Dupree, Wood & Wire, and Mandy Rowden.
The Ramones’ second and third albums reappear in greatly expanded 40th anniversary editions. Plus, a new book on Jimi Hendrix.
Chip Taylor remains best known—to the extent that he’s known at all—for writing a string of classic old pop hits,
A full dozen years after the death of the 60s’ most imaginative and influential rock guitarist, it’s a wonder that