Motown pushed out some of the biggest and most well know songs and artists of all time! TOP 10 Tuesday today tried to pull out the TOP 10 for the 1970’s. Here is the list […]
Just in time for the holidays, we’re offering brief takes on some of 2012′s best books for music fans. THE BOOK: 101 Essential Rock Records AUTHOR: Jeff Gold, plus essays and “as-told-to” contributions from David […]
2013’s shaping up to be a big year for Fleetwood Mac. The band has plans to release expanded and deluxe versions of their iconic 1977 album “Rumours,” including unreleased session recordings and live performances in celebration of their 35th anniversary.
“Absolutely, absolutely I would,” Buckingham says of working on a new Fleewtwood Mac album.
The Who’s Pete Townshend has been writing an autobiography since the mid 1990s, and after a number of delays, the book finally has a new title and a release date. Townshend’s long-awaited memoir traded its […]
This British rock band enjoyed moderate success in the 70’s Today’s KOOL Kollective song was written about one of the band members leaving to join another group.
In the summer of 1970, film director Monte Hellman saw a Los Angeles billboard with [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]James Taylor[/lastfm]‘s face on it, and he believed he’d found a star. After the jump, read about Taylor’s road […]
Perhaps we could have seen what was coming from the album’s very first song, “Changes”: how [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]David Bowie[/lastfm] would reinvent himself repeatedly, taking on new personas and then discarding them. Hunky Dory, released 40 years […]
Forty years ago this month, a new band from Britain released its first album. The album’s release in the States led to one of the most hilarious misunderstandings in rock history.
As adventurous with their album covers as they were with their avant-underground, spontaneously combustible music, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Can[/lastfm] covered their Landed album with a mix of Warholian multiplicity and amateurish doodling.