Released on January 12, 1970, “Come and Get It” became Badfinger’s first Top 10 U.S. hit. By the end of the decade, it had brought them together again.
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Andy Jackson’s lengthy association with Pink Floyd opens ‘Signal to Noise’ up to easy comparison. But there’s more to his flinty, individual vision.
Stripped down to its girders, Nick Cave’s new interpretation of Leonard Cohen’s “Avalanche” takes on an epic, swirling sadness.
Adroitly named, the title song from ‘The Grand Experiment’ finds Neal Morse trying on a new musical persona – in more ways than one.
A previously unheard song finds Lead Belly singing about an event both literally and figuratively a world away from his life in the piney woods.
A journeyman country tune makes the case all over again for Levon Helm’s tender, heart-openingly emotional side.
Bob Mould’s scorching turn might have obscured a lesser singer. But Butch Walker’s resonant voice carries “Father’s Day.”
Still in the shadow of ‘Dark Side,’ Pink Floyd started sessions on January 6, 1975 for ‘Wish You Were Here.’ It’s been perpetually underrated ever since.
Remembering George Martin — both with and without the Beatles — on the occasion of the great producer’s 89th birthday.
Robben Ford discusses Joni Mitchell’s jazz period in the 1970s. He performed on some of her most closely dissected, if not always best loved, albums.