You know him as Johnny D., as in Mostly Vinyl with Johnny D., the radio program on KWSS that celebrates rare and obscure soul and funk. But John Dixon is also an obsessive collector of recorded music -- mostly on vinyl -- as well as a record producer, a former A&R man, and a musician. Besides infusi ... More >>
This Is Not Here
Comedy arises as Louise's panties fall
The work of Jewish composers in Germany barely survived the Nazi regime. A Scottsdale orchestra is breathing new life into those compositions.
Ronald Reagan was president, Michael Jackson and Phil Collins ruled the charts and a bunch of little rock bands were changing lives
Having educated and influenced three generations of musicians, the Krautrocking duo of Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother finally receive their due with a trio of classic reissues
Do What You Want (Foodchain)
Taken with the holiday spirit, Trashman gives thanks for the good things in life.
How Les Payne opened an overseas Orifice
More letters from the battlefield: A Phoenix soldier witnesses the destruction of Europe in 1945
With its recent U.S. tour, Kraftwerk stakes its claim as the most important group since The Beatles