This 1987 album embraces the sonic and musical textures of the era without sacrificing the integrity of the band’s songwriting and performances.
Lady Wray, Emily Duff and Deus Ex Machina craft country-soul and progressive-rock with an enticingly retro feel.
Some albums – many, actually – are released just at the right time and seem to define the era and the zeitgeist in which they’re released, focusing us once again on that timeless question: does life imitate art, or does art imitate life In the
Martin Barre was at the epicenter of rock’s transition from youth explosion to big business. As the guitar player in Jethro Tull for more than 40 years, he’s pretty much had every kind of rock-god moment. He rode the wave all the way up — and