This album doesn’t represent Blood Sweat and Tears’ commercial high point, so much as its often underrated creative peak.
A new Led Zeppelin reissue gives S. Victor Aaron, Nick DeRiso, JC Mosquito, Fred Phillips and Mark Saleski the chance to reassess.
Eric Clapton presents himself for the first time not as guitar god, but as bone-deep soul singer.
Whatever their faults, these two Wings albums remain amiable artifacts from a moment of deep domesticity for Paul McCartney.
‘Super Session’ memorably brought Al Kooper together with Mike Bloomfield and Stephen Stills. You never heard it like this before.
‘Dick’s Picks 15′ was a high-water mark for the second phase of the Grateful Dead’s touring career.
‘Monty Python’s Total Rubbish’ collects all nine of their UK albums into one hilarious box set.
You’re left with a broader perspective on what Taylor contributed to Queen.
A moment of artistry that’s so complete it became definitive.
As brilliant as Alex Chilton no doubt was, there’s more to Big Star.