“Will It Go Round In Circles” was one of the biggest hits in a legendary career
The Brothers Johnson ruled the funk world in the ’70s
L.C. Cooke finally gets his due with a new collection
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Wait…..I thought THAT was the original version!
America’s first soul singer was lost in 1964 before his abilities as a writer, arranger and defacto producer could become more widely appreciated.
One year after his death, a group of George Harrison’s friends got together to pay tribute to him. The stunning film of that event is now available on Blu-ray.
Joseph Jon Lanthier rounds up reissues and remasters for the month of October 2010. Among the rambunctious little doggies lassoed are the Apple Records Box Set and Brute Force’s Confections of Love.
DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE For those of you who are The The fans, and thought this mix was all about Matt Johnson’s album Soul Mining, you’re out of luck,…
Maybe it’s because I’ve read Peter Guralnick’s comprehensive 2005 Sam Cooke biography Dream Boogie: The Triumph of Sam Cooke that the newest entry in the generally wonderful PBS series American…
Join us for a trip back in time — when Art Garfunkel shunned his first name, Cher sang on a horse, and Billy Preston’s afro threatened to take over the world. It’s a 1973 edition of Jason Hare’s CHART ATTACK!
Dave Steed’s Bottom Feeders moves into week three of the letter P, which means it’s time for things to get mighty purple around here — and hey, is that the Web Sheriff’s siren we hear in the distance?