Call this the Sincerest Form of Flattery Vol. 1, as we begin exploring those times when artists like Johnny Cash found undiscovered qualities in a song.
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Watching “Like You Do” makes you want to boogie to the catchy beat — and hear more from Joe Mandica and his extremely gifted colleagues.
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.
Brian Wilson’s collaboration with fellow Beach Boys alums Al Jardine and David Marks places ‘No Pier Pressure’ into a compelling new context.
That time CCR moved Booker T. and the MGs to greatness: ‘It was inspirational; it’s still inspirational’
We typically hear about Booker T. and the MGs’ impact on a series of later stars. But what about when the situation was reversed?
Left to his own devices after the dissolution of the Band, Levon Helm returned to the things that had been his strengths, his succor, and his joy.
Just when you thought rock and roll has once and for all slipped into retirement, along comes the New Trocaderos to restore the faith
On one level, it sounds like the Byrds. On another, Buck Owens. On another still, Gene Vincent. Keep going. At bottom, it’s uniquely Dwight Yoakam.