The Beatles may have ushered in the “album era” of music, but their singles were no less influential on the course of pop music. Here’s why…
The 'Double Fantasy' album, released three weeks before John Lennon's passing, has become something of a requiem for John's 40 years on earth.
‘Whatever Gets You Thru the Night’ is the tale of two Johns - John Lennon and Elton John.
The 1974 album continued the huge success that Ringo enjoyed in the years after The Beatles’ demise.
The course will launch on November 22.
In a new interview, Jackson describes his access to nearly 60 hours of archive film for the project as an ‘impossible fan dream.’
'Ticket to Ride' is the least well known of all the Carpenters' albums, but it is pure gold, full of wonderful harmonies and great songs.
The story behind the promotional films for The Beatles' 'Hello Goodbye,' which were shot at London's Saville Theatre on November 10, 1967.
The book has interviews with such Rickenbacker devotees as McGuinn, Lee, Peter Buck, Johnny Marr, and Paul Weller.
Giles Martin talks about overseeing the mixing of the original into a vastly expanded incarnation of a classic work.
Written by the group’s Pete Ham, the song had a confident, catchy sound that took it into the Top 10 in the UK and US.
Paul McCartney: The Lyrics will open at the British Library from November 5, 2021, to March 13, 2022.
Featuring John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison, Ringo Starr’s third album was hailed as 'the first to actually invoke The Beatles’ aura.'
A song doesn’t have to have a message in order to change society. Race relations, gender equality and identity politics have all been shaped by music.
The subject of Satan and evil will always remain one of interest to songwriters, no matter how controversial and unsettling.
Every one of these albums is worth a listen, whether you’re discovering it for the first time or reconnecting with a longtime favorite.