In Defense of The Eagles’ “The Long Run”
When “The Long Run” came out, Eagles fans had high hopes. On its release, there were mixed reviews. But it’s held up better than expected.
John Mellencamp: Pink Houses and America
John Mellencamp has always told stories about the heartland. But one song in particular captures a larger picture of America – then and now.
In Defense of Van Halen’s “Van Hagar” Era
Van Halen fans argue over who was better, Diamond Dave or Sammy? We make the case for the merits of the “Van Hagar” era.
Cat Stevens’ Re-Do of “Tea for the Tillerman”
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).
Paul McCartney & Wings: Which Album’s The Best?
“Back to the Egg,” “Red Rose Speedway,” “Venus and Mars”… A look at the Wings’ discography.