….the Rolling Stones began a four week run at the top of the US singles charts with I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction), I couldn’t find a clip of them performing the song in the US in ’64 but did find this appearance on the Mike Douglas Show – incredibly this is 52 years ago!!
From the Guardian A rule change in the singles charts means that Ed Sheeran will for ever have the record for the most songs in the Top 20 – so here’s a welter of chart trivia to re-enter your brain There’s always one, isn’t there? Always one person who has […]
Originally released in 1976, the recordings on The Song Remains The Same capture the band during a three-night stint at New York’s Madison Square Garden in July 1973. This audiophile reissue is a half speed mastered pressing across four LPs on white vinyl. It’s an impressive set, in an archival […]
Ahead of Record Store Day 2015, we meet the Indian independent with the wax factor. Lazy, long afternoons spent listening to vinyl, talking to other record enthusiasts and having endless conversations about the glories of analogue – sounds idyllic right? In Mumbai, a few good men dreamt the dream and […]