Richie Havens recorded some wonderful albums for Verve Records prior to appearing at Woodstock, but it was the festival that defined his career.
A victim of context rather than content, The Rolling Stones’ ‘Dirty Work’ album deserves long-overdue reappraisal.
A musical autobiography that tells the story of one of the UK’s best-loved bands, with a little help from Roger himself
Miles Showell of Abbey Road describes his work on the half-speed remasters of 'Brothers In Arms' and 'Local Hero.'
Hailed as a no-frills example of KISS in their prime, ‘Dressed To Kill’ laid the groundwork for their world domination.
The legendary artist’s ‘Zoom In’ EP is out tomorrow.
Iggy Pop’s debut album, ‘The Idiot,’ resurrected the former Stooge’s career, and influenced generations of musicians that followed.
The post-Walsh line-up of the Cleveland rock continued with a fifth chart album in 1972.
'Enlightened Rogues' included original material such as Dickey Betts’ ‘Crazy Love’ and a cover of B.B. King’s ‘Blind Love.'
Praised for its 'subtle depth and rich musicality,' ‘Tracker’ found Mark Knopfler discovering new territory on his musical travels.
With their ambitious ‘Destroyer’ album, KISS went beyond rock, into the world of pop, and became one of the biggest bands in the world.
For their first single release of 1968, The Beatles went back to their roots for 'Lady Madonna,' a song inspired by Fats Domino.
By the time they came to record their self-titled debut, the Boston heavy rockers were confident and primed to take on the mainstream.
The classic song started a sequence that makes CCR surely one of the unluckiest bands never to score a US No.1 single.
An admiring glance back at the life and times of the irreplaceable Irish blues-rock guitar virtuoso.
'Pretzel Logic' became their first US Top 10 album, propelled by the biggest hit single of their career, 'Rikki Don't Lose That Number.'