Here’s our review of David Bowie’s “‘Tis A Pity She Was A Whore,” the second of two new songs to be included on a forthcoming retrospective.
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This is the post-Roger Waters Pink Floyd album that David Gilmour should have made in the first place — one that reflects his own strengths.
With everything that’s gone on, the idea of new music — any new music — from Jethro Tull has to be greeted with unbridled jubilation.
Adrian Belew discusses the impact of FLUX on his recording career: ‘There are advantages we didn’t have before’
Adrian Belew says his innovative new FLUX app will remove some of the inherent limitations that have always surrounded music making.
Life is, as this song reminds, full of strange delights — like finding Neil Young amongst pizzicato strings.
We review Pink Floyd’s determinedly uncommercial ‘The Endless River,’ an album that reminds you just how fantastically weird they once were.
Levon Helm led the Band through a fun-filled take on this Muddy Waters tune, then returned to it once more for another intriguing pass.
He carefully recorded and then stored ‘The Basement Tapes’ for decades. Now, Garth Hudson joins us to talk about this amazing trove of songs.
Alison Moyet’s return to a synthpop has been triumphal — a culmination of everything she began as part of Yaz.
Whatever their faults, these two Wings albums remain amiable artifacts from a moment of deep domesticity for Paul McCartney.