Remember when music videos actually told a cool story? On Creedence’s 50th anniversary, director Laurence Jacobs introduces a new generation to their music via a beautiful piece of film. Our interview with him shares the backstory.
Peter Jackson’s epic series, “The Lord of the Rings” was fantasy. Now, he tackles the real-world inspiration behind it in a groundbreaking documentary.
He was supposed to be the next Bob Dylan. He was rumored to have shot himself on stage. An Oscar-winning rockumentary unravels the mystery of an unsung ’70s talent.
In their first album in almost two decades, Parliament and George Clinton have lost none of their funky vision. And you’ll never hear a “health care debate” quite like this: a whole project devoted to what ails us.
Besides the wine, flowers, and chocolate, no Valentine’s Day is complete without romantic music. If you’re stumped on a playlist, our timeless picks from the ’60s are guaranteed to set the mood.