Morrison Hotel proves the most astonishing display of blues-rock The Doors did in their seven-year recording career.
‘Magnet & Steel’ has been featured in movies, television shows, and commercials.
Carnival of Light remains the only completely-produced but unreleased Beatle song.
The Hippies may not be universally known, but their spirit of rebellion and youthful creativity is one that will resonate with many.
This shows just how powerfully Plant could write, play, and sing without Bonham, Jones, or Page to guide him.
Perhaps it’s pressure to repeat a hit, followed by timing, procrastination, or unfocused musical direction.
Shatner tackles one of the most beloved musical genres of the rock and roll era.
LaVette’s new album Blackbirds is inspired by the African American women she sees as her musical forerunners.
Reed’s 1989 album, New York, captures his love of the city in all its gross, gritty form.
Monovision features soulful songs about life and love, and the tone on the disc is largely positive and life-affirming.
They were the first band to have a logo, and if you ever go anywhere in public with a lot of people, odds are you will see it on a t-shirt.
McGuinn’s image as the bespectacled Byrd is embedded in the psyche of a generation of rockers.
This record features a set of effervescent tunes that are guaranteed to brighten your day.
These people turned samples from the world into psychedelic melodies, created the first synthesizers, and paved the way for some of the greatest hits of all time.
The shocking suicide of Soundgarden’s frontman Chris Cornell left hardcore fans stunned, bandmates devastated and family members feeling crushed.
There are groups that find themselves having a runaway hit from a song considered a throw-away.