'Pretzel Logic' became their first US Top 10 album, propelled by the biggest hit single of their career, 'Rikki Don't Lose That Number.'
Capaldi's third solo album features former Traffic colleague Steve Winwood and Chris Wood, among many other distinguished guests.
Nicky Hopkins was one of the most in demand session players of his generation and featured on one of Rolling Stones Records’ first releases, ‘Jamming With Edward.’
Big Star drummer Jody Stephens helps us celebrate ‘Radio City’, the album that cemented the group as the archetypal cult band.
From acoustic demo to an epic promo video, the history of ‘November Rain’ traces the creation of one of rock’s greatest ballads.
The best Rolling Stones 60s songs are timeless classics that trace the band’s evolution from bratty upstarts to voices of a generation.
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Heavy with radio-friendly rock, Heart’s ‘Dreamboat Annie’ introduced the Wilson sisters as forces to be reckoned with in a male-dominated rock scene.
From the opening bars of ‘Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More,’ The Allman Brothers Band set out to ensure that ‘Eat A Peach’ would be remembered as a classic.
On February 8, 1969, a new band formed by Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker in the wake of Cream’s demise went into the studio. Blind Faith was born.
Harvey’s was an improbable tale of dues-paying from the mid-1950s onwards, before he found belated stardom as the leader of the Sensational Alex Harvey Band.
The sophomore album 'Grand Funk' saw the trio expanding on the confidently hard-rocking sound of their debut release.
‘Have You Ever Seen The Rain’ was one of the last great Creedence Clearwater Revival songs, as underlined by the dozens of cover versions, from Johnny Cash to Rod Stewart.
Steppenwolf released their debut album in January 1968, but it didn't fully take off until 'Born To Be Wild' was featured in Easy Rider and made them stars.
Andrew Loog Oldham was 19 years old when he signed The Rolling Stones to a management deal; his genius helped make them the band they became.