Eric Bibb’s civil rights blues manifesto ‘Blues People’ is poignant, and also entertaining.
A bridge between the Yardbirds’ Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck eras, ‘Having a Rave Up’ heralded a new age of inventiveness.
This newly released video offers fans a concluding glimpse at a legend at work as Johnny Winter takes on Son House’s “Death Letter.”
In reanimating age-old songs like “Ain’t No More Cane,” Bob Dylan and the Band began a journey toward undiscovered new vistas.
Lucinda Williams’ ‘Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone’ is an expection to the rule of double albums being full of filler. This one is all killer.
A larger-than-life recording from Tomas Doncker and the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa.
Cat Stevens covers Leadbelly’s dark tale of escape, pointing the way to what could have been a very different career path.
Jimmy Page explores his transition from the Yardbirds to Led Zeppelin: ‘I was really keen to put a band together’
Jimmy Page says Led Zeppelin initially took more than just the Yardbirds’ name.
Rory Block returns to a well of some two dozen haunting, unequivocal and profound blues songs recorded by Skip James for Paramount in 1931.
‘Super Session’ memorably brought Al Kooper together with Mike Bloomfield and Stephen Stills. You never heard it like this before.