if The Clash had not emerged from the straightjacket of punk, there is no way that their masterpiece—the “London Calling” album—would exist.
Collectors can make a very worthwhile investment in negatives and slides of artists ranging from the Yardbirds to The Who.
Having recorded greats such as “Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song” and “Don’t Worry Baby,” B.J. Thomas told Goldmine just what albums influenced him.
Guitarist Steve Hackett remembers the glory days with the classic lineup of Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford and Phil Collins on drums.
“The Queen is Back” is the name of a song on Crayons, Donna Summer’s first new album in 17 years. A welcome return to form, the beloved diva hasn’t lost a step.
Two of them — Mick Tucker and Brian Connolly — are dead. Guitarist Andy Scott has his own version prowling around Europe. And now Sweet bassist Steve Priest has reconstituted this seminal glam-metal band of the ’70s for select dates.