Stuck with the Memphis Book Again Blues, I guess (see previous reviews of Peter Guralnick’s Sam Phillips – The Man who invented Rock’n’Roll and Robert Gordon’s Memphis Rent Party – The Blues, Rock & Soul […]
Royal Pendletons’ 7” A-side (I’m a) Sore Loser [Sympathy for the Record Industry; 1998] – backed with the intriguing instrumental Boo’s Bash – is in this case a can opener for the 30 song soundtrack […]
Bubbling under my 20 list – and also stressed by the great Raised on Records’ best of 2017 blog – is one of the finest recent Swedish albums. One-man garage band Råttanson’s Full-Scale Shakeability really […]
Lemonhead Evan Dando has with Varshons  compiled a cover album with an exceptional spread where, for example, Waiting Around To Die by Townes Van Zandt is followed by the Texan garage band Randy Alvey […]
The magnificent gig by Chuck Prophet and The Mission Express recently in Malmö, Sweden, reminded me of the seldom heard B-side of his RSD2012 single contemporary with his great album Temple Beautiful.