This Week’s Top Ten R&B Albums Selected By My Vinyl Peers On Instagram

November 2, 2019 10. Boogie Down – Eddie Kendricks (1974) 2nd Week / Last Week #9 Produced By Frank Wilson, Leonard Caston Jr. 9. Unmistakably Lou – Lou Rawls (1977) New Entry Produced By Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, Dexter Wansel, Bobby Martin, Jack … Continue reading This Week’s Top Ten R&B Albums Selected By My Vinyl Peers On Instagram

R&B Music News: Staple Singers Honored On New ‘Come Go With Me’ Vinyl Box Set

Gospel-soul pioneers the Staple Singers will have their storied Stax years commemorated with the 6 December release by Craft Recordings of the 7LP vinyl box set Come Go With Me: The Stax Collection. This celebration of one of the greatest gospel and … Continue reading R&B Music News: Staple Singers Honored On New ‘Come Go With Me’ Vinyl Box Set

Blues Music News: New Documentary ‘The Torch,’ About Blues Legend Made Its World Premiere,

Buddy Guy epitomizes “good guy.” That’s one takeaway from Jim Farrell’s admiring, affectionate documentary of the 83-year-old Chicago bluesman. The film illustrates the inspiration that Guy received from such giants as Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, and his own dedication … Continue reading Blues Music News: New Documentary ‘The Torch,’ About Blues Legend Made Its World Premiere,

Jazz Music News: HITTIN’ THE RAMP: THE EARLY YEARS (1936-1943) is the first large-scale collection of the pivotal early recordings of Nat’s recording career.

This 10LP collection draws upon a wide range of sources, including many newly-discovered tracks unearthed for the first time from archives located all over the world, such as “Trompin” (jukebox-only release for Cinematone, 1939), “What’cha Know Joe” (undocumented radio performance, … Continue reading Jazz Music News: HITTIN’ THE RAMP: THE EARLY YEARS (1936-1943) is the first large-scale collection of the pivotal early recordings of Nat’s recording career.

This Week’s Top 10 Adult Contemporary Albums Selected By My Vinyl Peers On Instagram

October 22, 2019 10. Pizzazz – Patrice Rushen (1979) 2nd Week / Last Week #7 Produced By Charles Mims, Jr.,Patrice Rushen & Reggie Andrews 9. Somewhere In My Lifetime – Phyllis Hyman (1978) New Entry Produced By Larry Alexander, Skip Scarborough, Barry … Continue reading This Week’s Top 10 Adult Contemporary Albums Selected By My Vinyl Peers On Instagram