“Layla” — the work of Eric Clapton with Derek and the Dominos — is a staple now. But 50 years ago, it didn’t make much of a splash.
For his first post-Beatles outing, George Harrison released a deeply rich triple album. It left an indelible mark on the music world.
Fifty years after Cat Stevens issued “Tea for the Tillerman,” an older, wiser Yusuf Islam does a fresh take on his younger self (and songs).
From “Peace Frog” to “Roadhouse Blues,” the Doors pushed further into blues-rock on “Morrison Hotel.” A new reissue captures the magic.