A couple of new appearances on the On Track bookshelf from Sonicbond. Crosby, Stills & Nash and Barclay James Harvest get thoroughly discussed with an every album, every song analysis.
Marillion’s turbulent decade of the eighties comes under scrutiny. A story of swings and roundabouts.
Laura Shenton assesses the legacy of Tommy Bolin that stretches beyond a brief stint with Deep Purple.
We’re ‘on track’ again looking at the music of Tommy Bolin, Mike Oldfield and Thin Lizzy. Books via Sonicbond Publishing as per.
The latest On Track assesses the work of possibly the greatest of all British Metal bands, the mighty Iron Maiden.
Georg Purvis takes an overview of the classic period of Pink Floyd in the 1970s.
The On Track analysts take up the ‘every album, every song’ catalogues of The Who, 10CC and Gentle Giant.
At last! The full story of the horror that was the Krumlin Festival – Just in time for the festival’s 50th Anniversary.
We’re enjoying reading Jordan Blum’s analysis of the music of Prog Metal giants Dream Theater in the latest On Track addition to the bookshelves.
Tom Kitching works his way round England with his fiddle and provides an insight to the nation from the busking perspective.
We go on track again and look at the next in the series that examines the output of Fairport Convention, Hawkwind and Toto. Three bands who define their genre.
The next batch of releases in the On Track series looks at the solo output of John, Paul, George & Ringo in the decade after the break up of The Fab Four and then the Becker/Fagan fronted Steely Dan.
David Gedge pens Sleevenotes. What do we make of the latest in the Pomona series from artists writing about their own works?
The next batch of releases in the On Track (‘Every album, every song’) series looks at the contrasting outputs of the Metal Gods, a decade of Sir Elton, The Moody Blues and the enigmatic Frank Zappa.