A new series reveals the extraordinary leap forward that music took in ’71, shaping a host of social issues — and creating iconic songs.
The Velvet Underground became “famous” after they’d split up. We revisit some of their edgy, quirky songs.
“New York” isn’t just the title of the new Lou Reed reissue; it was the city that shaped him and his music from Day One.
Mike Scott has merged influences from Bob Dylan to spoken word in the music of The Waterboys. “Good Luck, Seeker” is the next step.