45 Years Ago: REO Speedwagon Breaks Through With ‘Tuna Fish’
They'd established a fan base between coasts but had been largely ignored in hotspots like New York or Los Angeles.
50 Years Ago: Bob Seger Digs Deep on Underrated ‘Back in ’72’
How could something this awesome escape the attention of a wider audience? Because he hates it.
Def Leppard’s ‘Pyromania’ at 40: The Story Behind Every Song
These tracks changed the game for hard rock in 1983.
Santana Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Carlos Santana & Co. have been supernatural musical shape-shifters for 26 albums. Here's how those records rank.
What a Wonderful Soundtrack: The Music of ‘Good Morning, Vietnam’
Companion to the Robin Williams film is a great snapshot of mid-'60s radio.
25 Years Ago: Phish Stages ‘The Great Went’
Band invited fans to Maine in 1997 for a weekend of art, humor, a big bonfire and lots of jamming.
25 Great Drum and Vocal Breakdowns
Sometimes, to amp up a song, you have to pare things back.
The Doors’ ‘L.A. Woman’: The Story Behind Each Track
Final statement from the band's original incarnation contains a little of everything that made them so engaging.
Led Zeppelin’s ‘Presence’ at 45: Every Song Covered
A look at other artists' interpretations of the tracks found on the band's seventh album.
A Firm Defense of the Firm’s Underrated LP ‘Mean Business’
Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers' second collaborative record is better than critics remember.