January saw the release of “Flashlight”; April launched Parlet’s “Pleasure Principle”; September had “One Nation Under the Groove.” Plus, there’s more.
What went into the creation of this Beatles masterpiece? And what was done to make John Lennon comfortable with his own singing voice? Details courtesy of “Sound Pictures,” Ken Womack’s second George Martin biography.
This Q&A with the host of “Wine & Vinyl” also covers Josh Turner’s new album “Naysayer” and his experiences touring France.
Peter Jesperson, who signed Soul Asylum to Twin/Tone Records, is helming some amazing reissues. Here he gives a preview of what to expect: great music, incredible liner notes, and archival info.
This interview gives the backstory on songs like “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone.”(Jack Tempchin sure wrote some amazing tunes for the Eagles, Jackson Browne, and George Jones.)