Sure, you love “Up the Junction,” “Black Coffee In Bed,” and “Tempted,” but there are so many other tunes by Difford and Tilbrook to explore from “Wrong Side of the Moon” (1980) to “Patchouli” (2017).
ELO married rock to classical, and created seriously innovative music. You may remember hits like “Telephone Line” but you should also check out lesser-known tracks like “Sweet Is the Night” and “Mister Kingdom” to get the full picture.
“Eclectic” is one way to put it. Singer-songwriter Violet Delancey has combined classic myth and country music for her fascinating album “Columbia Road.”
“Lonesome Suzie,” “Hobo Jungle,” and “Too Soon Gone” are just a few wonders from The Band’s catalog.
The beloved singer-songwriter has a reputation for wringing every emotion out of listeners. That’s as true of “Tree of Forgiveness” (2018) as it was on “Diamonds in the Rough” (1972). So take some time to savor underrated classics from his catalog, like “Far From Me” and “One Red Rose.”