Released this week in 1971, ‘The Yes Album’ was their big-bang moment, a project where the full scope of Yes’ genius began to take shape.
Randy Bachman’s new Neil Young collaboration is a scroungy groover in the tradition of Young’s garage-rattling Crazy Horse projects.
Constantly resonating with each other, the Orange Peels have definitely surpassed themselves on this remarkable album.
Just when you thought rock and roll has once and for all slipped into retirement, along comes the New Trocaderos to restore the faith
The twin guitar solos that conclude “Hotel California” have moved into classic-rock lore. Turns out, the Eagles had to learn them note for note.
Preston Frazier’s new Yes series starts with their debut album’s opening cut — and, already, they are hinting at great things to come.
Chad Bradford references Tom Petty, Ronnie Milsap, Elvis Costello, the Kinks, and the Rembrandts on a stirring and sensitive new song.
Even after harvesting the best of the best on ‘The Red Album,’ there are more than enough worthy tunes make yet another great Beatles compilation.
Robert Lamm and Chicago released ‘XXXVI: Now’ last summer, marking their initial new studio recording since ‘Chicago XXX’ in 2006.
Always the perfect foil, Roger Daltrey completely inhabited Pete Townshend’s lyric on 1985’s “After the Fire,” broiling it in searing emotion.