Diving Into the World of James Bond Cash-In Albums
War of the Welles
The Radio Broadcast that Panicked America…Or Did It?
Clora Bryant: Gal with a Horn
Clora Bryant only recorded one album, but you can hear her trumpet alongside some of the greatest to ever take the stage.
The Sound of Wonder!
The First Wave of Plugged-In Pop at the Pakistani Picture House
A Brief History of The Quick
Mondo Deco is a perfect distillation of the lightning-in-a-bottle chemistry that made The Quick so unique at that time.
Francoise Hardy: Midnight Blues – Paris, London, 1968-72
Francoise Hardy became the face of French ye-ye pop but presented a moodier, more introspective body of work than many of her peers.
Reparata and the Delrons
Reparata and the Delrons were a girl group that plumbed the lower echelons of the pop charts and, like the Shangri-las, were heavy on teenage melodrama and heartbreak.
Burt Bacharach: Casino Royale
1967's Casino Royale may be a dodgy proposition as a movie, but the soundtrack is exceptional.
Honey Ltd.: The Complete LHI Recordings
Lee Hazlewood produces a girl group that exemplifies his easy listening psychedelia
Boredoms: Soul Discharge
The debut album by the lunatic Japanese experimental outfit Boredoms was the gateway drug to noise music