Discs recorded solely to impress with sonics may be cool collectibles, but lack musical meaning. These albums are different.
John Lydon is taking PiL on the road for the first time in eighteen years. He’s an awfully intense person but he may not be the bully you think he is.
Richie Havens is out on the road to support his new album, Nobody Left to Crown.
It’s fascinating to look back over the past 45 years of Roy Harper’s career and play “what if?” What if, at so many different points in time, Roy Harper had shrugged off his role as one of British rock’s most idiosyncratic cult heroes and marched into the musical mainstream?
Susan Sliwicki reviews “Bob Dylan” by Keith Negus.
Possessing one of the iconic voices of the ’60s folk world, Richie Havens held Woodstock spellbound with his soulful humanity as the festival’s first — however reluctant — performer.
Legendary bassist Harvey Brooks played with the best of them, including Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and a host of jazz, blues and folk greats.
1960s psych-folk icon Donovan reflects on 40 years of music, memories and meditation.