This new box set underscores the fact that Chris Wood could’ve done anything he wanted after Traffic split up in 1974.
Articles by: Steve Elliott
If you miss hearing the Rolling Stones’ early-’70s sound, then you’ll definitely enjoy the hard, blues-rock direction Greg Prevost has taken up here.
Steve Elliott caught up with Dan Ropek, author of ‘Tragic Magic: The Life of Traffic’s Chris Wood,’ to discuss this often-overlooked figure in rock.
Who would’ve thought, at this late date, that we’d ever see a book focused on Chris Wood, the spirit of Traffic?
The driving “Nightmare” shows once again that the Embrooks are, if anything, consistent. But why remake “Helen”?
For the first time ever, we have all of the Spencer Davis Group’s underrated post-Steve Winwood recordings in one place.
The haunting “Walk the Walk” is heartfelt, bold tale of broken promises in a relationship. There’s real fire and fury in what Lizzy Rose says here.
Mick Abrahams rose to instant fame as a member of Jethro Tull, helping craft a debut album in ‘This Was’ that memorably melded blues with progressive rock.
The Nude Party, out of Boone, N.C., uses a ’60s garage rock sound similar to the classic Pebbles LPs to great effect.
It sounds like a cliche’ to say, but Phoenix, Arizona’s Love Me Nots have all the markings and talent to be a successful nationwide band