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Jul 24, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

20th Century Lindsey is the perfect piece for the collector, providing a comprehensive summation of Lindsey Buckingham’s ’80s and ’90s solo work.


Jul 22, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Joni Mitchell fearlessly evolved her songwriting and performance throughout the period represented by the recordings of The Asylum Albums (1976-1980).


Margo Guryan

Words and Music

The Numero Group

Jul 19, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Margo Guryan is a cult hero for sure. Now Numero Group has reissued all of Guryan’s work in one set, Words and Music, which comprises three LPs and a healthy liner note book with a complete Guryan history.


Jul 18, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Recorded in Germany and Switzerland during their tour for 1978’s Heavy Horses, Bursting Out showcases Jethro Tull’s fascinating interplay while touching on most of the band’s releases up to that point.


Four Tops

Still Waters Run Deep

Elemental Music/Motown

Jul 17, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

In some of the most exciting reissue news in recent memory, Elemental Music has begun its multi-title campaign to repress both classic and deep cut Motown albums. As part of its June set of reissues, Elemental tackles Four Tops’ 1970 album, Still Waters Run Deep.


Jul 16, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

It’s the end of an era, and Kevin Barnes (he/she/they) seems to be feeling reflective.


Johnny Cash


Mercury Nashville/UMe

Jul 15, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Recorded in early 1993, the songs of Songwriter were stripped down to just Johnny Cash’s voice and guitar and then built back up with the help of a host of legendary musicians. The result is an album that wonderfully reflects Johnny Cash’s singular musical vision.


Jul 12, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Cassandra Jenkins’ third album, My Light, My Destroyer, is an invitation to a world where the everyday and extraordinary intertwine.


Jul 11, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Back in 1999, Travis’ seminal record, The Man Who, was an important album for me. I had recently graduated from university, traveled for a while and found myself back at home in Ireland in my mid-20s. The song “Driftwood” especially spoke to the slightly disoriented me.