andrew gold Archive

‘Planet Love’ and the World of Andrew Gold (Part 3 of 3)

Continued from Part Two… After Wax ended in 1989, Gouldman returned briefly to a reformed 10cc, though he and Gold would collaborate and contribute to each others’ project in the […]

‘Planet Love’ and the World of Andrew Gold (Part 2 of 3)

Continued from Part One… In 1970, Gold hooked up with fellow singer-songwriters to form Bryndle. The group also included Karla Bonoff, Wendy Waldman and former Stone Poneys multi-instrumentalist Kenny Edwards. […]

‘Planet Love’ and the World of Andrew Gold (Part 1 of 3)

Andrew Gold is best known for his late 1970s hit singles, one of which would be picked up as the theme song for a popular American situation comedy. His behind-the-scenes […]

Album Review: Andrew Gold — Greetings from Planet Love

Andrew Gold never got the respect or recognition he so richly deserved. He’s best known for his hit single “Thank You for Being a Friend,” a pop tune from 1978. […]

Take Five: Andrew Gold

A multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter, arranger, engineer, live performer and recording artist, the late Andrew Gold is best known for his pair of 1970s hit singles “Lonely Boy” and “Thank You […]

Album Review: Andrew Gold’s Halloween Howls

Musician, singer and songwriter Andrew Gold combined a commercial (read: broadly accessible) sensibility with superb songwriting chops. With so many years having passed, many forget (if they knew at all) […]

Album Review: Andrew Gold — Something New: Unreleased Gold

Andrew Gold’s name has been circulating quite a bit of late, at least in music nerd circles. And that’s pretty remarkable considering that he passed away just about nine years […]

Hundred-word Reviews for September, Part 8 of 8

This current round of hundred-word reviews wraps up with four archival/reissue releases from the fine folks at Omnivore Recordings, and a self-released retrospective form an overlooked Nashville group. Raging Fire […]