The original was on the 1970s glam-rock pacesetters' 1971 UK No. 1 album Electric Warrior.
Drawing upon an array of styles, ‘Grace And Danger’ was a cathartic, sometimes painfully intimate exploration of the breakdown of John Martyn’s marriage.
Taylor himself grew up in New Bern, North Carolina and wrote one of his most famous songs, ‘Carolina In My Mind’, about the area.
Establishing Mumford & Sons as the breakout success of the “nu-folk scene”, ‘Sigh No More’ was a bold gamble that more than paid off.
Her first new set since the triple Grammy-winning 'The River & The Thread' features guest appearances by Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson and others.
In memory of the much-missed troubadour, songwriter and unique performer.
Produced by frontiersman Joe Boyd, the LP featured such haunting pieces as ‘Time Has Told Me,’ ‘River Man’ and ‘Way To Blue.’
From being booed with Dylan to changing the course of music, The Band’s Robbie Robertson recalls a unique “circle of creativity”.
Since 1968, the Isle Of Wight Festival has gathered every iconic UK act and from the States, making it one of the most prolific festivals in music history.
Moving closer to the mainstream with XO, Elliott Smith revelled in all he could master while making his deeply personal songs resonate even further.
The recordings were captured at Canterbury House, a Michigan venue that regularly hosted 1960s counterculture events.
The 21st annual celebration of Guthrie's life and work once again makes Okemah the place to be.
The album draws from the American roots music panoply of country, blues, R&B, gospel, soul, and rockabilly and has been widely acclaimed.
The collection gathers together early versions of Dylan's work by the folk mainstays and their offshoots.
The folk-rock legend's Irish dates precede his extensive 13 Rivers UK tour which runs through October and November 2018.
With a new album in the wings, the world-renowned guitarist and singer-songwriter hits the road for a 19-date trek with support from Joan Shelley.