There must’ve been an avalanche of artists back in 1967 when Apple first opened for business looking for new talent, as shown during this second edition of rare acetates from RPM.
Articles by: Steve Elliott
Jim Stafford’s debut album sported four Top 40 hits both in 1973 and ’74. Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on how you now look at the man and his music, he became more known for his novelty, somewhat goofy tunes
Listening to Chris Wood’s ‘Vulcan’ was like reconnecting with an old friend you haven’t heard from in decades.
The Bee Gees were in a precarious position in early 1969 when their only original double album was first released. After two years of solid worldwide success and big hits, the Brothers Gibb were not getting along
How the Spencer Davis Group carried on without Steve Winwood: ‘I wasn’t looking to duplicate Steve’s voice’
The Spencer Davis Group was, and remains, more than Steve Winwood – having continued recording and touring into the new millennium under the auspices of its Welsh-born multi-instrumentalist namesake.