We don’t listen to music for precision—we listen for the moments raw humanity breaks through via sound. Guest contributor Matt Hanson reflects on the “barbaric yawps” that course through rock & roll, soul, and the blues.
With an artist like Otis Redding , who is truly a legend in every sense of the word, the market bears countless compilations, greatest hits collections, and bargain basement truck stop best […]
Released earlier this year, STAX Does The Beatles compiles tracks recorded between 1966-1972 rounding up Beatles cover versions from the Memphis label’s creative peak. Essential? Not really, but to no fault of the artists, […]
My father-in-law passed away this week. “Dock of The Bay” was his favorite song. This one’s for you, Bob… “…It’s two thousand miles I roamed, just to make […]