The Velvet Underground became “famous” after they’d split up. We revisit some of their edgy, quirky songs.
It’s no secret that women in rock have had a hard slog. The new reissue of “She Bop” recounts exactly the hills they’ve had to climb.
“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.
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.