Posts From Scott Schinder

The Zombies’ Colin Blunstone Interview: It’s Time

Our writer followed the British Invasion band from gig to gig. The result? Their co-founder talked about their tour of a classic album

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Glyn Johns, Prolific Rock Producer: Book Review

The famed producer/engineer behind some of rock music’s most memorable albums pens a “sensible and down-to-earth” book about his life among the stars

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Mike Rutherford Still Living His Musical Years

In our very first interview, we asked the classic rocker about Mike + the Mechanics and the ever-present Genesis reunion rumors

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Zombies 50th Anniversary ‘Odessey and Oracle’ Tour

The reformed English band are bringing their 1968 classic LP “Odessey and Oracle” to U.S. audiences for what’s billed as a 50th Anniversary tour

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Interview: The Temperance Movement’s Phil Campbell

Interview with the blues-rock band’s frontman. Like the Stones, Faces & Black Crowes? Then check ’em out. Deep-fried Southern rock from the UK. Plus a free track download

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‘Cutting Edge’ Best Dylan Bootleg Yet

A fascinating in-depth look into the creative process as one of rock music’s monumental artists was recording world-changing music

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Rod the Mod Kinda Comes Back

Fans of Stewart’s golden years of too-long-ago will appreciate his return to writing songs on an album that is a mixed bag, but not without moments of merit.

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Procol Harum Reissues Shine On Brightly

These reissues of the first four LPs are loaded with bonus material and make the case for the band’s sophisticated rock music’s significance

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Roger Daltrey, Wilko Johnson’s ‘Riveting’ Album

The former Dr. Feelgood guitarist collaborated with the Who frontman and a scrappy band for a 2014 album that got expanded to 2-CDs

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John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers Live in 1967

A recording was discovered of the influential blues revivalist with future Fleetwood Mac stalwarts Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood + John McVie, and cuts loose

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