In the aftermath of Jack Bruce’s long-awaited reunion with Cream, some people bitched. All I remember was watching in wonder.
Catchy songwriting, combined with imaginative breaks supply Julian Leal’s synth-poppy ‘A New Beginning’ with vitality and direction.
Powered by the garage jazz-rock songs of Gregory Howe and Matt Montgomery with the brash saxophone stylings of Kamasi Washington, Throttle Elevator Music is back with a second helping.
This song is for Bob Dylan’s Seventies what “Like a Rolling Stone” was for his Sixties: a farewell.
Tony Levin talks about King Crimson’s remarkable propensity for rebirth, and what might be next.
A standout song from Roger Taylor’s new retrospective releases, “I Wanna Testify” both reflects and then amplifies his successes with Queen.
Steely Dan fanatics John Lawler, Preston Frazier and S. Victor Aaron choose their five favorite songs from frontman Donald Fagen.
This isn’t just another evening of string-laden songcraft from Deep Purple; it’s a big-bang moment for the group’s next era.
Leon Alvarado makes another stop on a deeply intriguing journey through prog’s past, but with a modern twist.
In reanimating age-old songs like “Ain’t No More Cane,” Bob Dylan and the Band began a journey toward undiscovered new vistas.