Released by Reaction Records in early October 1966, Cream's first single, 'Wrapping Paper,' was a piece of whimsical jazz-influenced pop.
Our musical experts have curated one of the most fascinating playlists we've ever attempted.
Watch Humble Pie’s Q&A behind the name.
It doesn’t have the same ring to it, but then again the people who went to Woodstock never actually got to the iconic town either, they went to Bethel...
Before appearing at Woodstock, Ten Years After was just another British blues-jazz band. After the festival, the band was elevated to superstar status.
While there have been numerous apostles there's a select band who have been elevated to status of Guitar God – who are they and what makes them so special?
The bands that recorded at Olympic Studios reads like a who’s who of popular music - The Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, U2 - all worked there.
Every week we’ll let our Spotify music app take the wheel & add 10 new tracks with historical links to see where we end up!
In 2009, Plant and Krauss were awarded five Grammys for their work together on 'Raising Sand' including Album of the Year.
1973 was a great year for music with fabulous albums released by legendary artists.
1969 was THE year of the festivals. Across North America and Britain there seemed to be one taking place somewhere almost every weekend during the summer.
Playing two shows each night with Hendrix topping the bill; Pink Floyd barely had time for one of their numbers having been allocated 20 mins on stage.
It's emotional, it's empowering and, if experienced in a live setting with partner close by, it can induce the involuntary waving of a lighter in the air...
The Blackbyrds signed with Fantasy Records in 1973 and the following year they released their debut album, featuring a Vincent Van Gogh inspired design.
It’s the opening line of a Rupert Holmes song which he sings about those men and women knows as the studio musician.