This collection of early Rare Earth favorites returns us to a period when rock music prompted people to listen, learn and react.
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Humming with romance and sexuality, the sentiment of Rene and Rene’s “Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero” radiates with pure pop godliness.
By the time the Age of Aquarius arrived, big band-era stars were disappearing in the portals of the past. But not the Mills Brothers.
New music from the Eddies is always welcome, and these two songs continue to clarify the Southern California trio’s value and importance.
The Hangabouts’ snappy pop songs evoke essential aspects of their ancestors, without bowing down to mindless mimicry.
If you missed Dropkick the first time around, here’s your chance to sample the Scottish band’s wares in a single swoop.
The overlooked ‘Faragher Bros,’ an outstanding collection of sincere, 1970s-era soul music, is primed for rediscovery.
Danny Faragher, who rose to fame with the Peppermint Trolley Company, returns with an album that frames his roots in a highly attractive context.
John Fred and His Playboy Band coupled fun with quality, and ‘Agnes English’ ranks as a perfect example of their vision and abilities.
Though a myriad of musical fashions pepper Jamie Hoover’s ‘Two Ever,’ a potent pop feel is engraved within the grooves.