Lisa Torem speaks to ghost writer and music biographer David Ritz about his writing career upon which he has collaborated with Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and most recently Aerosmith's Joe Perry
Ghost of a Thousand
Up-and-coming Brighton-based group the Ghost of a Thousand speak to Kelly Smith about their frantic live schedule and just released debut album, 'New Hopes, New Demonstrations'
John Clarkson talks to our own writer Lisa Torem about ghost writing music legend, Survivor star and 'Eye of the Tiger' co-writer Jim Peterik's new autobiography
Ben Howarth chats to Portland, Oregon-based epic pop act Musee Mecanique about their recent first British tour and debut album, 'Hold This Ghost'
American punks Tiger Army have had to cope with a series of disasters, including their drummer being shot. Helen Tipping speaks to frontman Nick 13 about the group's survival against the odds, and their third album 'Ghost Tigers Rise'
Willard Grant Conspiracy
John Clarkson speaks to Willard Grant Conspiracy front man Robert Fisher and viola player David Michael Curry about their extraordinary new album 'Ghost Republic', which takes a lot of its inspiration from a ghost town in Fisher's native California
Anthony Phillips was the original guitarist with Genesis and appeared on their debut, 'From Genesis to Revelation'. Malcolm Carter examines three of his solo albums, 'The Geese and the Ghost', 'Wise After the Event' and '1984, all of which have been recently reissued.
93 Feet East, London, 21/5/2007
Over in Britain to promote their ninth album 'In Stormy Nights', Daniel Cressey watches durable Japanese group Ghost perform a hypnotic set of swirling psychedelic rock
Getting the Holy Ghost Across
In our Re: view section, in our writers look back at albums from the past, Dave Goodwin examines Bill Nelson's 1986 album 'Getting the Holy Ghost Across' which has recently been repackaged in a new edition
Stop the World
Anthony Strutt reflects on Gothic super group Ghost Dance's only studio album 'Stop the World', which has recently been re-released in a double CD edition
King of the Ghost Train Ride
Ben Howarth examines Scottish duo the River Detectives' third and final album from 2005, 'King of the Ghost Train Ride'
One of the pioneers of the free jazz movement, saxophonist Albert Ayler died mysteriously at the age of 34 in 1970. With 'Holy Ghost' j, new box set of his work, just out, Jon Rogers looks back over his short life
After four years away, Japanese experimentalists Ghost recently returned with their seventh album, 'Hypnotic Underworld', which many critics say is their best work yet. Andrew Carver looks back over and examines their extraordinary career