Monthly Archives: January 2021

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Nate Fredrick

Photo by Brooke Stevens Nashville-based singer-songwriter Nate Fredrick releases his debut LP “Different Shade of Blue” on February 26. The record was recorded here in Nashville at Farmland Studios with producer David Dorn. Its 11 songs range in style from Guy Clark to Delbert McClinton with some Kristofferson thrown in for good measure. Let’s just […]

Ranking Records—The Music of David Johansen: New York Dolls/Solo/Buster Poindexter/The Harry Smiths

Wow! What a long and diverse musical career Staten Island’s David Johansen has had. From the seminal Punk of the New York Dolls, a solo career, his alter-ego Buster Poindexter, and the roots music of the Harry Smiths. One of my all-time favorite recording artists and live performers, watch me rank 15 studio LPs from […]

Lookig for Records: McKay’s – Nashville, TN

Watch me shop the tons of used records, CDs, books and videos at the amazing McKay’s superstore in Nashville. I promise it’ll make you wanna go there right now. I landed some cool stuff this trip for you to see. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.

Looking for Records – Estate Sale #1

Here’s the start of a new chapter of Looking for Records – watching the ads for local estate sales. Watch me go visit one that had some records and CDs ready for sale. Wait until you see what I got and how little I spent! PLEASE LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE

Great Forgotten Records: David Mead – “Indiana”

If you love great singer-songwriters with beautiful voices, then this record is for you. Give a listen to the magnificent 2004 LP “Indiana” by Nashville’s David Mead. I just can’t say enough about how much I have enjoyed this record over the years. If you are familiar with David’s work, you know what I’m talking […]

Ranking Records—The 10 Best LPs of 1974

Here’s a look at my favorite records of 1974 which was yet another fabulous year in music. In addition to a “top ten” there are also five additional fab records from that year that I just had to mention. One thing to note is that I didn’t discover my top three discs from 1974 until […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Susan Anders

In a nod to March being “Woman’s History” month, Nashville singer-songwriter Susan Anders will be releasing the delightfully ambitious “13 Women.” From Helen Keller to Amelia Earhart, Anders has crafted 13 songs inspired by 13 magnificent women. The project was produced by her and her husband, Tom Manche, in his East Nashville studio. The record, […]

Let’s Open This Box Set! – The Kinks – “Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround Part One”

It’s January 22, 2021 and this new box set just came in the mail today. Join me as I take a look inside. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE!

Looking for Records: Spinners Record Shop – Spring Hill, TN

Watch me take a trip to Spring Hill, TN to visit a great new record shop that opened just a year and a half ago. Well-stock and fairly-priced, its a place that you definitely need to visit. In addition to a ton of new and used vinyl, there’s also music books and mags to browse […]

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 […]