Monthly Archives: January 2021

Great Forgotten Records: “Suburban Voodoo” – Paul Carrack

I sure hope that you were hip to this great 1982 LP by British singer and keyboardist Paul Carrack. On this record he was joined by his producer and band mate Nick Lowe and his fantastic Noise to Go. Together they were one of the best live bands around at the time and this record […]

Ranking Records: The Jam

Here’s a quick look at the six studio LPs by the hugely successful chart-topping British band, The Jam. Never achieving the kind of fame in the US that they achieved back at home, yours truly likewise had not given the band they attention they deserved. More a fan of Jam leader Paul Weller’s later adventures […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Jon Reynolds (Jon Reynolds & the Aches)

Like it did for me, reading this 11 Questions interview with Jon Reynolds with introduce you to both an exciting new Nashville artist as well as some other fascinating musicians with whom he has worked. The title of the upcoming debut EP from Jon Reynolds & the Aches, “Petrichor,” also added one of the coolest […]

Ranking Records—The 10 Best LPs of 2020

Since I am guilty of not listening to enough new music, I hesitated doing a best of for 2020. But on the other hand, there were a few records that I just loved that I couldn’t resist talking about. So, here’s a look at all the 2020 releases I bought narrowed down to the eight […]