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Visiting the Philly suburbs, I found this cool store with a great selection and a great proprietor who loves to talk about records with ya! I also have tacked on my return visit on Record Store Day 2021 – Part 1. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE
Now here’s a look at my ten fave records from 1986. Surprisingly, this list came together quite quickly for me. Please tell me what your faves were from this great year in music. Did you too feel the emergence of Americana that year? Thanks for your support and please LIKE, SHARE and most importantly, SUBCRIBE […]
Here’s a great 1978 Power Pop LP from a somewhat mysterious guitar player from Memphis. Listen and love it like I do. And if you know more about this guy than I do, please share your info! PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
Photo by Susan English I first happened upon Music City singer-songwriter Jon Byrd in 2010 at the marathon “Gram National” event celebrating the music of the late Mr. Parsons at The 5 Spot. After enjoying Byrd’s set and having a brief chat, I was led to further discover the music of one of Nashville’s great […]
Watch me take a quick look inside this new 4-LP release from a solo-acoustic live show featuring three great Alabama-bred singer songwriters who once were all together in the Drive-By Truckers. It’s one that I think you will want to add to your collection. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
If you like pure pop for now people, you will love this 1990 LP from this British band led by Susie Hug on vocals and Adam Seymour on guitar. This record was also one of the last produced by Mr. Nick Lowe. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE
Wow! Nashville-based singer-songwriter Layla Frankel recently released her “Postcards from the Moon” EP and I’ve had it on repeat for the last few days. What beautiful classic timeless singing from Layla and great songwriting from her and her musical partner Alex DeVor. Listen to Layla’s latest single “You Can’t Love Me Like I Loved You“and see what […]
Well, I wasn’t really looking for records and I didn’t buy any, but I did stumble on two places worthy of a quick note. This also give me the chance to show you one of my favorite spots in Music City. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE
Well, when I started to look at my favorite records for 1972, I had no idea just how many records I loved from that year. In the end, I whittled my list down to 20, so please bear with me through this extended look at this amazing year in music. As always, please tell me […]
If you happened to miss it, there’s no reason you can’t go back and listen to the fab 2020 LP “You Had Your Cake, So Lie in It” from Nashville’s Chelsea Lovitt. Beneath her swampy guitar and gritty vocals, you will hear some great song-smithing from Chelsea. Don’t believe me? Check on the recently-released video […]