He started as a singing waiter, then discovered he had an “ear” for hit songs, Mickie Most was behind some of the most infectious 60s tracks.
For this writer, hearing singers “speak” versus sing was a mind blowing moment. Here are some of the best (and worst) of those interludes.
Before the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page was a session guy, lending his epic sound to dozens of signature tracks.
Paul McCartney liked to step out of his “Beatle” role to see if he could work magic for other artists. That included some secret identities.