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
Springsteen’s latest is the best rock album of 1980. Plus, first impressions of albums by Stevie Wonder, Ry Cooder, Linda Ronstadt, Gordon Lightfoot, and more.