In an exclusive excerpt from the new book Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Early Years, 1963-1982, Marc Roberty takes us into the earliest days of Derek and the Dominoes
Scarlet Rivera was an American violinist, plying her trade in relative obscurity, when Bob Dylan tabbed her to take part in the sessions for what would become his 1976 album Desire.
<<< BACKWARD (“Peg [Live]“) ||| ONWARD (“Kid Charlemagne [Live]“) >>> *** STEELY DAN SUNDAY INDEX *** (S. Victor Aaron: “Babylon Sisters” and “Third World Man” stand apart from the rest of the fare found on Goucho and perhaps they’re being the two songs representing for that album on Alive In America means that Becker and Fagen think so, too.
For all of its well-deserved accolades, the Beach Boys’ 2012 reunion was missing two irretrievable elements. This remastering of a 1976 performance at Anaheim Stadium makes clear just how important the late Carl and Dennis Wilson were.
Yoko Ono’s Meltdown Festival opened Friday, with a gala closing performance of her entire 1980 Double Fantasy collaboration with John Lennon planned for Sunday, June 23, 2013.
‘These are tricks done by professionals': For Van Halen’s quippy David Lee Roth, a rock life unchanged
While other rockers of his vintage seem to be slowing down, Van Halen’s David Lee Roth is still living it up — or, at the very least, still talking a very good game.
An obviously titled second album by the Toledo, Spain garage/psych band Los Immediatos, Second Chance was a pleasant album of nine originals and two covers.
Keith Emerson says he was asked to join Yes. The late-night query came during a period in which Rick Wakeman had come and gone — even while his own band, Emerson Lake and Palmer, were in the midst of their 1970s hey day.
‘After about a week and a half, I settled in': Brad Wilk meshed well on Black Sabbath’s fast-selling 13
Even as Black Sabbath appears headed toward its first-ever American charttopper with 13, we get a glimpse into the drummer Brad Wilk’s unique experience meshing with the veteran doom rockers.
For those Deep Purple and Rainbow fans who’ve struggled to come to grips with Ritchie Blackmore’s turn toward ren-faire folkism with Blackmore’s Night, Dancer and the Moon might just provide the perfect entry point.