Wednesday, October 23, 2019

From the Archives: Mike Garson on working with David Bowie, the...

Continuing in a series of posts that incorporate two separate conversations I had with David Bowie's stalwart keyboardist, Mike Garson, this second part of...

An interview with Harry Waters – jazz man … and son...

I have produced another artist profile piece for another “New Times” publication in South Florida. This one appears in the “Broward/Palm Beach New Times,”...

David Bowie’s Heathen photographer reveals Bowie’s surprise of Next Day’s success...

Ahead of the unveiling of an exhibition of unseen images featuring David Bowie shot by Markus Klinko for the 2002 album Heathen, I had a chance to talk...

Exclusive interview with Starfucker (Part 1 of 2): Philosophy and rock...

At the time of publication of this post, Starfucker have only about a week left in its nearly two-month-long US tour (purchase tickets through...

As Pink Floyd reissue mania continues, allow me a few words...

Pink Floyd has seen quite a resurgence in interest these past couple of years. Since the blog began, I have referenced them often. There...

From the Archives: David Bowie’s longest ever performance happened in Fort...

Back in October of 1997, I wrote about what will go down in history as David Bowie's longest ever live performance. I was following...

‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’: the last of the great...

Though it was David Bowie's first starring role in a feature film, Nicolas Roeg's 1976 movie the Man Who Fell to Earth is far...

50 of the best non-grunge alternative ’90s rock albums

The '90s is often associated with grunge music. Sometimes it even overshadows its overarching umbrella genre, "alternative rock." This was a time when this...

From the archives: David Bowie – 1. Outside – originally published...

It has been 20 years since I first reviewed David Bowie's 1. Outside, which first saw official release on Sept. 25, 1995 in the U.K....

Vinyl review: Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space reissue

Finally, more than a half-year after the CD reissue of Spiritualized’s Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space by Sony, comes the vinyl...