The Foundations’ ‘Baby Now That I’ve Found You’ didn’t just aspire to Motown’ classic sound. They captured it.
On Second Thought
Bombastic and wildly ambitious, but also deeply moving.
Simultaneously the Beatles at their best, and the sound of a band disintegrating.
The surprise is a cover of a lesser-known gem from Badfinger’s Pete Ham.
This Brooklyn five-piece races down Carnaby Street, circa 1966.
These songs were an ideal vehicle for the Julus’ energy and vision.
A classic representation of everything that made a 1974 Dead show so special.
Brimming with power and grace, this has become a treasured collector’s item.
Dark and intriguing, it left us eager for a second album that, alas, never came.
These aren’t garage acolytes, the kind who nail the details but miss the feel.