This week, Christopher Long spots and scores a mint-condition vinyl copy of the 1982 live album from one of his all-time favorite country artists, Tanya Tucker, at his local Goodwill store for a quarter.
There’s more than black music influencing the evolution of Rock and Roll. Native American rhymes and ideas are every bit as significant, once you know to look for them.
Despite a few technical malfunctions, So-Cal pop/rock combo Rooney wowed Orlando fans with a powerful live set, which is more than Chris Long can say about the warm up bands.
Mr. Sad Clown (429 Records). Review by Sean Slone.
This expanded edition of Elliot Landy’s rock photography collection Woodstock Vision has Matthew Moyer thinking of heading up north to chop firewood with Garth Hudson.
Eastmountainsouth (Dreamworks). Review by Sean Slone.
Belly of the Sun (Blue Note). Review by David Whited.
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