Let there be Bread. (Sorry, I don’t have any Phish. You’ll have to ask Jesus about those bootlegs.)
Who is Charles Thompson, the once and future Black Francis, who in the ’90s reinvented himself many times over?
A name I’ve heard over time but had never actually listened to, musically. Jobriath (real name Bruce Campbell) was supposed to be a “star” when he signed a $500,000.00 dollar…
Want two tastes that don’t go together at all? Here’s “Lulu.”
David Ackles released his masterpiece, “American Gothic,” in 1972. Critics loved it, but the public didn’t get it. Ken Shane remembers this lost classic.
Popdose tries to tie together the mysterious threads of the Cars’ reunion album.
Released during the tumult of 1968, this Judy Collins album served Ken Shane as an oasis of serenity during some dark days.
This week, producer Tom Werman looks back at the early ’80s, and his brushes with acts both legendary (the Blues Brothers, Whitney Houston) and largely forgotten (Stranger).
Unknown to nearly everyone save the most devoted power-pop and glam aficionados, the Quick were managed by legendary Los Angeles scenester and Runaways cofounder Kim Fowley. Fowley also coproduced the…
You get what you deserve, Big Star fans, so here are the rest of the tracks from the 2000 bootleg “What’s Goin’ Ahn.” The “rough mixes” of songs from Radio…