“Don’t accept the old order,” Johnny Rotten drones monotonously as he clips his nails for ITV’s cameras. “Get rid of it.” Host Janet Street-Porter was the rare mainstream journalist sympathetic to early punk, documenting the original vibrancy as record company contracts were first offered to the new order Rotten represented. Refreshingly, the reportage eschews allContinue Reading
…very well done and enlightening documentary on Marc Bolan and his bands. 1:17:00
Source: The Day the Music Burned
GO TO THE SOURCE TO HEAR THE MUSIC! Obscure Records was a U.K. record label which existed from 1975 to 1978. It was created and run by Brian Eno, who also produced the albums (credited as executive producer in one instance). Ten albums were issued in the series. Most have detailed liner notes on theirContinue Reading
…the technical possibilities with digital recording seem to have led to increased audio compression and loudness in current recordings. Thus, no fault of the format itself, current digital recordings may lack something relative to vinyl recordings, both past and present.
I have kept my Akai Reel to Reel that I used in the 70s. Real sound-on-sound. Combining digital and analogue has been my plan since my first record in 2008. I’ve never looked back… It began with vinyl, and cassettes closely followed. But now reel-to-reel tape decks have joined the analogue revival and are makingContinue Reading
Source: Bob Dylan’s Surprise Juno Appearance (1986) | Junos Vault – CBC Player
BY JON COHAN, RICK MATTINGLY, AND ANDY DOERSCHUK Consider for one moment the magnitude of what’s going on here. We’ve chosen 50 drummers who have had the most profound influence on the art form. Do… Source: 50 Most Important Drummers Of All Time – DRUM! Magazine