Go ahead, visit the NME. They’re eating their bad review of this album as we speak.
Friday, April 12, 2019
Friday, July 11, 2014
I'm not sure how Twin Tone Records got away with putting Harmon Killebrew on the cover of their catalog sampler--must have been a sweetheart deal (and if that's not Killebrew, then I don't know who it is). It's a classic, through and through.
This is typical of a catalog sampler--you have artists who are all over the map. You even have Robyn Hitchcock on this thing, which blows my mind. The package works well as a marketing tool because it delivers eighteen tracks from so many different and prominent artists. Something tells me Twin Tone could have been a much bigger deal if they had gotten a better break. In terms of American record labels, I have always thought Twin Tone should have been given more credit for finding so many amazing artists.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Jon Brookes was a spectacular drummer. He helped define the "Madchester" genre of music by providing a dance beat that helped propel the Charlatans well beyond their origins.
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
I have to say that, of all the films coming out, I have a lot more enthusiasm for this film than for the planned sequels that Pixar and Disney are lining up. It looks like they are spending a fortune on this one, and I'm glad that they are willing to make that kind of investment for what I hope is a new story.