The genre-blending Monkees do a great job flaunting their mercurial talents on ‘The Birds, the Bees and the Monkees,’ released this week in 1968.
Everyone, no matter their stature, can find themselves regretting a few things – and John Oates of Hall and Oates is no different.
Here’s an exclusive advance stream of Todd Rundgren’s new take on ‘You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away,” from ‘Keep Calm And Salute The Beatles.’
A bit comical and cheesy but astonishingly inventive, Hot Butter’s “Popcorn” was so futuristic that it could pass for a contemporary recording.
I had trouble coming to terms with ‘Wish,’ released this week in 1992. It felt like a return to form for the Cure, but not the form I wanted.
Don’t let the seemingly simple time signature fool you. There is plenty of Toto goodness in “Girl Goodbye.”
Yes, the Birthday Boy from the Monkees hit ‘Randy Scouse Git’ was real. And his friendship almost sent Micky Dolenz on a far different path.
Tommy Roe created pure and natural pop rock songs that were fun to sing along with, dance to, or simply make people feel good.
Credit David Bowie for understanding how to cast his latest iteration. But also Chic for having the goods to make that nascent vision a reality.
Had this been Circus’ lone contribution they would still inspire awe – since “Stop Wait and Listen” is truly one of the greatest singles of all time.