Rock life can be cruel, self-destructive, and dishonest.
The two were natural collaborators.
The foursome is in the rare group of “two-hit” wonders; certainly better than one-fewer-hits, but shy of stringing a run of hits together.
These protest songs have the unique ability to move some to tears — and others to action.
The film restores actual footage and audio of WWI, presenting it in a way that this generation has never before experienced.
“I follow… the gypsy faerie queen. We exist… in the spaces in between.”
Director Laurence Jacobs sits down with CultureSonar to discuss bringing the music of CCR to a new generation of listeners.
Known for pushing back on the boundaries of being a “girl singer,” Patsy was a bad-ass right up to the end.
Hers is a story as unapologetic and relentless as her music, and this high energy doc is a tribute to her lasting legacy.
Unlike autobiographers who offer a sequence of events but little reflection along the way, Michelle is deeply introspective.
The songs on the soundtrack depict a nation divided by race lines and fractured politics, echoing the sentiments in the film.
Let the debate begin.
The Beatles changed from a pop group to this remarkable thing, but not for a 12-year-old.
Marking the turning point in their careers, The Beatles’ “Help!” is a masterful turn for John Lennon.
Unless you’re a South African of a certain age or you happen to have seen this underappreciated doc, there’s a very good chance the name Rodriguez means nothing to you.
The 1960s produced some of the most romantic tunes of any era in popular music before or since.