This week Christopher Long scores a timely treasure — a near-mint vinyl copy of The Dream Weaver, the classic 1975 LP from Gary Wright — for just eight bucks.
This week, Christopher Long discovers MORE vinyl treasure stashed in his OWN garage — a scratched and scuffed-up copy of Fandango! the 1975 barn-burner from ZZ Top.
He was the creative driver of the original incarnation of The Guess Who, and the originator of Bachman-Turner Overdrive. For Canadian rock fans, he is an icon, but for American fans, he’s just “oh yeah, that guy.”
Don Felder took music fans down Eagles’ memory lane at Disney Epcot’s® Garden Rocks Concert Series, and Michelle Wilson loved every nostalgic moment of it.
Teaser- 40th Anniversary Vinyl Edition Box Set (UDR Music). Review by James Mann.
Johnny Winter has passed. But his blues will never leave us. James Mann recalls the Texas guitarist.
Dr. Dog’s recent concert at Orlando’s Social conjures up both Frampton Comes Alive and Flavor of Love for S D Green. Believe it or not, this is a good thing.
No Way Back (Mr. Knees). Review by Chris Catania.
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