The Rickenbacker guitar got a new lease on life when John Lennon discovered it. Its signature sound has since featured on many rock classics.
Tom Wilson was something of a rarity in rock: a black man producing music by white artists like Dylan, Zappa, and Velvet Underground. A look at his career.
Paul Revere and The Raiders are often dismissed as a kitschy 60s act. But these songs show the depth of their musical talent.
The Animals shook up the British Invasion with raw, unfiltered tracks like “Monterey” and “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood.”