An excerpt from Bill Flanigin’s book, “Geometry, Weeds, Flowers and 8-Tracks” is a poignant look at how certain Tom Petty’s songs eased the pains of growing up.
There’s never been a guitar like this. Thousands of people played it, from a Beatle to Hall of Famers to Weekend Warriors. Learn more about one of rock’s coolest artifacts.
Paul Williams composed chart-toppers for everyone from Barbra Streisand to the Muppets. This Curry Cuts LP gives familiar tunes an invigorating makeover.
Radio often demands 3 ½ minutes. That’s not long enough for these tracks by Foghat, Chicago, and Supertramp. Here’s what was lost when these songs were “adapted.”
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s first album, Craft Recordings has issued a collection featuring sharp remasters of all the band’s LPs, plus exceptional photos and liner notes.