Quantcast
Music

Music

Gary Clark Jr.

Gary Clark Jr. has brought back the soaring psychedelic blues-rock guitar solo. After a backlash of post-Hendrix overkill, replaced with severely articulate blues Nazi-approved...

Judas Priest and Deep Purple

This 30th-anniversary reissue of Judas Priest’s 1986 album is above average, but not for the reason you might think. Turbo itself was slick ’80s...

George Barnes

When Chet Atkins arrived in Chicago for his first RCA recording session in August 1947, he was astounded to meet George Barnes, who’d been...

Various Artists

Subtitled “1950s & 1960s Oddball Labels,” these three boxed sets collect nuggets from dozens of independent record labels that popped up across post-Elvis America...

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Live albums can be a remedy for contract disputes or a way to stall for time during a creative dry spell. For Susan Tedeschi...

Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives

For decades, Stuart has been one of country music’s biggest champions, and may yet be its savior. His Fabulous Superlatives are one of the...

Elvin Bishop

Fun is the key word here. It’s amazing how Elvin Bishop has managed to keep things interesting in a career that now spans more...

Soundgarden

If Mudhoney mined the irreverent punk yang of the “grunge” sound that began seeping from the Pacific Northwest in the late ’80s, Soundgarden dredged...

Eric Gales

This is the kind of album only Eric Gales could make. It’s full of fiery lines and repentant testimonials about rebirth and sobriety. He...

The Move, Santana, Derringer

Sometimes great bands and albums don’t bubble to the surface of fame, depriving fans of brilliant music. The Move is one of those acts...
Close [x]