Released on February 9, 1981, ‘Face Value’ is a time capsule of everything that made Phil Collins into Phil Collins, and maybe the best thing he ever did.
Archive for February 9th, 2015
The Leslie Johnson Project finds this formidable Texas talent making passionate, funky and forward-leaning music firmly rooted in jazz and funk.
As a forthcoming album and tour attest, Ringo Starr is still getting a little help from his friends some 45 years after the Beatles’ ugly breakup.
Take a pre-war jazz era-inspired journey with this Jane Monheit-sung exclusive advance stream from the new album by Sasha’s Bloc.
Experimental rock at its finest and freakiest, ‘Spirit of ’67’ tells us Vanilla Fudge still has what it requires to stand apart in the crowd.
Here is a review of Andrew Drury’s fascinating floor-tom drum experimentations, ‘The Drum.’
Twenty years ago, we got a more complete look at the punk-thrash beginnings of the Beastie Boys — and a hint as to what would come next.