Daniel Lanois had already produced a slew of stars prior to his first record for Bob Dylan. Still, he was wary when it came to 1989’s ‘Oh Mercy.’
A promising-but-still-transitional composition from Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford and Chris Squire, “Harold Land” points to bigger things from Yes.
Countless great bands from the ’60s have reunited, but only a small percentage have been able to replicate their initial spark like the Doughboys.
Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Tango in the Night,’ released this week in 1987, grew out of another trampled project by Lindsey Buckingham. He’d be gone for 10 years afterward.
Steve Perry on how Journey has become a soundtrack for sports: ‘I gotta tell you – I got kind of emotional’
Steve Perry says he had no idea before his first Giants game that Journey’s music had become such an integral part of sports.
Steve Hackett’s ‘Wolflight’ is the sound of an artist who’s taken a loving look back, only to realize he still has room to grow.
Nick Mason is the only member of Pink Floyd to have appeared on each of the group’s studio project – but he didn’t play drums on every song.
Jacco Gardner’s fine new second album ‘Hypnophobia’ channels the spirit of Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett circa 1967.
Ian Gillan on the differences between solo and Deep Purple songs: ‘I’d find something a little more acceptable’
Ian Gillan’s career away from Deep Purple has provided him with a chance to explore different parts of his songwriting craft.
‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son,’ released on April 11, 1988, started a journey. Iron Maiden is now a part of me, and I am a part of what’s kept them around.