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Asylum Records was famously home to the finest singer/songwriters of the '70s, including Joni Mitchell and Judee Sill. But, as a Japanese reissue of another woman's work proves, some of its biggest talents went unnoticed. Charles Donovan talks to Karen Alexander.
The Durutti Column's hesitant and beguiling foray into the realm of modern classical gets the thorough revisit that it deserves.
Talk Talk's Mark Hollis and His Experimental, Innovative Legacy on 'Spirit of Eden's' 30th Anniversary
Talk Talk's Spirit of Eden is still as stunning and sublime in 2018 as it was in 1988.
When that last guitar's been packed away: Forty years ago, Jackson Browne introduced a new kind of concept album.