The new Live In Poland film is flecked with rare and exciting songs off Toto’s beaten path.
Much more than a drag queen, Divine was a character actor devoted to his craft.
Lillian Axe proves once again that they’re one of the most underrated hard rock acts out there.
His enthusiasm, his joy, is as contagious as it is seemingly gone forever.
So, I’m just getting around to checking out the Metallica “movie” since it hit Netflix, and it’s a bit of an odd beast.
Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Willie Dixon, Dr. John, Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper – A Celebration of Blues and Soul (2014)
A years-long labor of love helps save a key piece of musical, not political, history.
At first, Micky Dolenz jokes: “I have no fricking idea what it was about.” But there was actually something big going on with the Monkees’ free-form 1968 film.
Sample Steve Hackett’s forthcoming Genesis Revisited: Live at the Royal Albert Hall concert release in the form of a darkly emotional solo from “Firth of Fifth,” perhaps the guitarist’s signature moment with or without Genesis.
Far more interesting than punk, far more satirical than they ever were political, far more important than their relatively brief time on top would ever indicate, the Clash richly deserved just this kind of exploration.
Toto’s 35th Anniversary Tour: Live in Poland is the story of family — and, like most of them, that includes arrivals and departures, good times and and bad, anecdotes you’ve heard a million times mixed with those only shared with the deepest confidants.