Archive for January 16th, 2014

‘Remember how sweet we were?’: New era of peace in Fleetwood Mac began with stern talk from Stevie Nicks

‘Remember how sweet we were?’: New era of peace in Fleetwood Mac began with stern talk from Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks, discussing her turbulent relationship inside and outside of Fleetwood Mac with Lindsey Buckingham, says: “We’re getting along probably better than we ever have.” There’s a reason for that.

Stick Men – Power Play (2014)

Stick Men – Power Play (2014)

Stick Men’s first-ever concert album finds King Crimson bassist Tony Levin and Co. in their element. No matter the praise heaped upon their latest, and arguably best, studio effort, this is band — like Crimson — best heard live.

Hackamore Brick – From There To Almost Here (2014)

Now revered as a cult band, Hackamore Brick began life on encouraging footing when their debut album One Kiss Leads To Another, released late in 1970, gathered glowing reports from music journalists.

On Second Thought: Joe Walsh – You Bought It, You Name It (1983)

On Second Thought: Joe Walsh – You Bought It, You Name It (1983)

Joe Walsh has been on a bit of a roll as of late. He toured for his first solo album in almost 20 years, the critically acclaimed and Jeff Lynne-produced Analog Man

Something Else! sneak peek: Sly 5th Ave, “Deme” from Akuma (2014)

Sylvester Uzoma Onyejiaka II is a jazz saxophonist you should get very familiar with, especially once his debut album Akuma hits the streets on February 11. You don’t have to remember that name though, “Sly 5th Ave” will work just fine.

The Band, “W.S. Walcott Medicine Show” from Stage Fright (1970): Across the Great Divide

The Band, “W.S. Walcott Medicine Show” from Stage Fright (1970): Across the Great Divide

Away from the Band’s circus-like chorus of characters, from faith healers to woman stealers, there’s something else going on here.

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