Articles by Jason Draper
Created like no other Neil Young album, ‘World Record’ found the rock icon ‘fishing more than usual’, guitarist Nils Logfren tells Dig!
Filmed as a special for US TV, ‘The 1980 Floor Show’ found Bowie in transition, waving goodbye to Ziggy as ‘Diamond Dogs’ came into view.
On her second album, ‘One For Jackie’, Rett Madison grieves her mother’s death by suicide, shining a light for those living in darkness.
Tapping into the energy of mid-60s London, ‘Pin Ups’ found Bowie looking to his 60s past to inspire his post-Ziggy future.
These essential songs from Joni Mitchell’s ‘Archives Vol.3’ collection deepen our understanding of the artist’s unique creative process.
With the song Sunday Sunday, Blur paid homage to British conventions while playfully sending up the very customs they respected.
With a new band and a jewellery box full of hits, Prince entered the hip-hop era with the ‘Diamonds And Pearls’ album.
His last album for ten years, ‘Reality’ found David Bowie seeking ‘the optimistic in my life’, before being forced into semi-retirement.
Modern Love may sound like a straightforward pop song, but it smuggled David Bowie’s ‘elegant cliché-twisting’ into the mainstream.
The Doors’ short residency at San Francisco’s Matrix club, in March 1967, helped build the group’s legend. The shows remain a crucial listen.
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