In 1996, this former guitarist for Hot Tuna and Jefferson Airplane released this accomplished, if occasionally meandering, folk-rock album composed of 80 percent original material. I bought it for my dad a few years back, and he still swears by it.
By Kurt Wolff on 04.22.11 in Reviews
The Lost Planet Airmen were a loose, lively, fun-loving bunch, a pioneering country-rock act during the early '70s. Centered around pianist Cody (aka George Frayne) and featuring hot pickers like Bill Kirchen, John T...
By Douglas Wolk on 08.24.14 in Reviews
Apparently the final incarnation of a project that Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch has been working on for upward of a decade, the soundtrack to his film God Help the Girl is a grand piece of personal mythology. It'...
By Maura Johnston on 07.23.14 in Features
The fact that "Weird Al" Yankovic still has people figuring out his lighter-than-air jokes three decades into his career puts him miles ahead of most other comedians.
By Andy Beta on 07.08.14 in Reviews
There have been few superhero franchises as successful as that of Fantômas. It spans centuries and countries as well as all as media — there are Fantômas books, silent serials and feature films, comic books and televisio...