Music gives pleasure and satisfaction to people of all ages and all backgrounds; it is one of the few constants that reaches across society. Goldmine magazine focuses on the appreciation of music, covering the full range of modern music, including rock and roll, rhythm and blues, big band, new age, classical and alternative.

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    A Great Magazine For The Music Enthusiast

    Goldmine is a music magazine that caters to record collectors. The cover stories and articles deal with all types of music (rock, r & b, pop, country, jazz, reggae, punk, alternative, etc.) with the greatest emphasis on artists who were popular in the '60s and '70s. Recent cover stories include interviews with surviving members of the Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones, AC/DC, the Four Seasons, and the Dave Clark 5's lead singer Mike Smith. There are also annual issues devoted to Elvis Presley and the Beatles.

    Each issue of Goldmine contains reviews on recent cd releases (new product and reissues/collections). There are also country and jazz sections...

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    Intelligent Musical Guide

    Finally, A musical magazine that is not mired down in sophmoric humor for stoned college kids. One that actually focuses on the integrity of music for its reviews, delves into the deep history of artists and their albums with great research. It does weigh a bit heavy on music pre 1980 but that is to be expected due to the age of most of the writers. A great resource for those who are collectors of vinyl, and cds; although they could use more information of what is collectible and give more prices in each edition. While you won't get those glossy photos of jessica simpson barely clothed, you will enjoy insightful writing on the music and career of musicians...

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    Great Magazine for the Vinyl Nuts!

    I've been collecting vinyls for 6 years now. I only recently discovered this magazine and subscribed imediately. There are a lot of great infor about artists of all kinds, record collecting and venues for finding them. The front page always has a frame worthy photo. It is a great added addition to a fun hobby.

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