Keith How finds Georg Purvis' account of Pink Floyd’s history through the 1970s not only fascinating but a compulsive read even for a know it all fan!
Keith How reflects on the rediscovered career of 60's folk artist Karen Dalton and new box set, 'Recording is the Trip'.
Keith How investigates three recent releases from Norway’s eclectic Hubro label and discovers that, once again, the label breaks new and exciting ground.
Keith How is impressed by two new albums of atmospheric and engaging music, the Nils Okland Band's 'Lysning' and the Erlend Apneseth Trio's 'Ara', both of which have recently come out on Norwegian label Hubro Music.
In a new addition to Backbeat Book’s 'FAQ' series Bruce Pollock makes sense of the life and times of Nobel Prize winner and true legend Bob Dylan.
Keith How investigates an extraordinary new detailed biography about Steely Dan
Dead Can Dance
Keith How revisits and is impressed by 4AD's latest vinyl re-releases of the Dead Can Dance's 'Garden of Arcane Delights', 'Within the Realm of a Dying Sun' and 'Toward the Within'
Keith How examines Elliott Landy’s photographs of the Band which are presented in a new published book
Keith How finds disappointing American author and musician John Kruth's new book 'This Bird Has Flown' on the Beatles 1965 album, 'Rubber Soul'
Keith How reflects on new five CD Small Faces box set 'The Decca Years 1965-1967', which highlights their early years
Keith How is enthralled by the second volume of cult musician Bill Nelson's diaries, which covers the years 2005 and 2006
Megaphone Records re-issue the acclaimed 1997 masterpiece, 'The Magical World of the Strands', by Michael Head and the Strands. Keith How re-discovers its magic and 'The Olde World', an accompanying release of new recordings.
With a new nine CD box set retrospective 'The Island Years' that comprises their entire history from 1967 to 1974, Keith How examines the career of prog rock act, Spooky Tooth