By the 1980s, all of the guitar gods were gone, or otherwise occupied. Into this unlikeliest of scenarios stepped Stevie Ray Vaughan.
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Supertramp’s ‘Crime of the Century: Deluxe 40th Anniversary Edition’ is a remaster befitting the classic pop-prog album’s legacy.
Brimming with a laid-back country gait and a Muscle Shoals vibe, Cowboy’s ‘5’ll Getcha Ten’ sees a welcome reissue today from Real Gone Music.
Top reissues of 2014 include a double shot of Led Zeppelin, more Bob Dylan and the Band than you could imagine, and some long-lost CSNY.
An artifact of a lost time, the Moody Blues’ newly reissued “Go Now” is a lasting testament to the legend that Denny Laine somehow never became.
The Byrds, “Mr. Tambourine Man” from The Only Folk Collection You’ll Ever Need (2014): One Track Mind
Exploring the curious history, and enduring magic, of a Bob Dylan remake by the Byrds from the upcoming ‘Only Folk Collection You’ll Ever Need.’
This album doesn’t represent Blood Sweat and Tears’ commercial high point, so much as its often underrated creative peak.
Eric Clapton presents himself for the first time not as guitar god, but as bone-deep soul singer.
Whatever their faults, these two Wings albums remain amiable artifacts from a moment of deep domesticity for Paul McCartney.
Roger Hodgson joins us to discuss 1974’s ‘Crime of the Century.’ Supertramp’s breakthrough album returns as a deluxe reissue in December.