Beginning to end, R.E.M.’s Green is arguably the band’s most accessible album. That’s probably why it’s my favorite. It was their debut with mega-record label Warner Brothers after being with indie label I.R.S. for years,… Read More »Green – R.E.M.
I feel as if I have to defend Journey’s Escape — of all the records ever recorded, this would be one of the top 20 that I would play incessantly on a desert island? It’s easy… Read More »Escape – Journey (1981)
My discovery of Mike Viola and the Candy Butchers and their unreleased demos is a story for the ages, one that involves hidden treasures, research and intrigue. First, the background. In 1996, the Candy Butchers… Read More »Candy Butchers Self-Titled Album
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