Articles by Jeanette Leech
A unique moment in British R&B, Eternal’s debut album, ‘Always & Forever’, was a glorious expression of young woman power.
From gritty ballads to gospel-infused funk’n’roll, the best Tina Turner songs established the iconic singer as an era-defining legend.
Tapping into the darkness of 70s North America, Take It To The Limit was the song that ushered in Eagles’ ‘satanic country-rock period’.
The best Joni Mitchell albums chart not only their creator’s artistic journey, but also the development of songwriting as an art form.
Dan Perfect, nephew of Christine McVie and co-producer of her final solo album, ‘In The Meantime’, tells Dig! how the record came together.
Breaking conventions and challenging stereotypes, the best k.d. lang songs are seminal explorations of identification and desire.
With her final album, ‘Twenty Four Seven’, Tina Turner asserted both her relevance and her artistry at the end of an era.
Inclusive in more ways than one, Nitin Sawhney’s 13th album, ‘Identity’, is wide-ranging yet deeply personal. Sawhney tells Dig! why.
Relentlessly honest, the best Jackson Browne songs prove how their creator led the way for wider developments in music as the 70s ticked on.
A remarkable project that gives silenced women a voice, Tori Amos’ covers album, ‘Strange Little Girls’, is like no other record in history.
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