It’s time to get back into your compact disc collection, where untold bonus track treasures are waiting to be re-discovered. This time around, we’re checking out The Band in Woodstock, a tasty Dr. John / Nilsson collab and Neil Young & Crazy Horse burning down the barn.
Another dive into the CD shelves, where we’re uncovering more bonus track gold. This time around Justin Gage and Tyler Wilcox have dug up some swampy jams, beautiful b-sides and righteously funky demos, all from that early- to mid-1970s sweet spot. Fire up that Discman and listen in.
Bonus Tracks: more castaways from the compact disc era! We’ve been rifling through dusty CD stacks and Case Logic binders to rescue some of the best bonus tracks from days gone by. This time around Justin Gage and Tyler Wilcox offer up some sweet action from a few favorite British artists.
We’re back in the CD section, digging through those round shiny things to spotlight some of our favorite bonus tracks. This time around, check out some way-out early 70s jazz-funk, lost West Coast psych jams and spiraling folk rock trips.
The compact disc era brought with it endless reissues of old albums — and to entice us all into buying those old albums for the second, third or fourth time, they often included bonus tracks. Was there a fair amount of barrel scraping as the years went by? Oh yeah. But there were also plenty of completely awesome sounds that gave us fresh perspectives on classic LPs and artists. In this new, ongoing Aquarium Drunkard column, we’ll be diving back into our CD collections to highlight some of the very best bonus tracks …