Phil Brett

Phil Brett, Kurt Gottschalk, Tony Scherman  |  Nov 11, 2022  |  0 comments
Big Joanie: Back Home, Mike Cooper: Forbidden Delta Planet Blues, Dry Cleaning: Stumpwork and Bonny Light Horseman: Rolling Golden Holy.
Phil Brett  |  Aug 18, 2022  |  6 comments
Bowie: Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
Parlophone DBZS50 (LP). 2020/1972. David Bowie and Ken Scott, prods.; Ken Scott, John Webber, engs.
Performance *****
Sonics *****

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars was one of the first albums I ever purchased. A week before, an uncle had given me his old red Dansette record player; I used collected pocket money to christen it. After just one play, the 10-year-old me was blown away. But it wasn't just elementary school kids who loved this album, causing it to break into the top 30 US and UK album charts. This was the album that launched Bowie to superstardom.

Phil Brett  |  Aug 12, 2022  |  2 comments
The Clash: Combat Rock + The People's Hall and Wet Leg: Wet Leg.
Phil Brett, Anne E. Johnson, Tony Scherman  |  May 13, 2022  |  1 comments
Son House: Forever On My Mind, Superchunk: Wild Loneliness and Yard Act: The Overload.
Phil Brett, Anne E. Johnson  |  Apr 15, 2022  |  4 comments
Elvis Costello: The Boy Named If, Charming Disaster: Our Lady of Radium and Black Country, New Road: Ants From Up There.
Phil Brett, Anne E. Johnson  |  Mar 11, 2022  |  1 comments
David Bowie: Brilliant Adventure (1992–2001) and The Accidentals: Vessel.
Phil Brett, Tom Fine, Kurt Gottschalk  |  Feb 11, 2022  |  2 comments
Ben Lamar Gay: Open Arms to Open Us, Pretenders: Pretenders and Pretenders II (40th Anniversary Deluxe Editions) and Damon Albarn: The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows.
Phil Brett, Tom Fine  |  Jan 07, 2022  |  0 comments
The Replacements: Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash (Deluxe Edition) and The Specials: Protest Songs 1924-2012.
Phil Brett, Anne E. Johnson, Fred Kaplan  |  Dec 10, 2021  |  3 comments
Steely Dan Live: Northeast Corridor, Saint Etienne: I've Been Trying to Tell You and Adia Victoria: A Southern Gothic.
Phil Brett, Tom Fine, John Swenson  |  Oct 08, 2021  |  1 comments
Grateful Dead: Grateful Dead, Scritti Politti: Cupid & Psyche 85 and Stone Temple Pilots: Tiny Music...Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop.

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