Once you start listening to the new album by this trio, you won’t want to stop.
Bob Dylan’s move to Nashville in the 1960s had a big impact on this folk-loving band.
With hits like “Mamma Mia” and “SOS,” this lively, quirky record showed ABBA’s pop genius.
On his second album, the singer-songwriter added touches of James Dean and Marlon Brando to Woody Guthrie 2.0 and Ramblin’ Jack.
Geoff Emerick, George Harrison, and Todd Rundgren all had a hand in the extended production of this 1971 album.