Articles by Martin Chilton
Later called ‘the album that should have come out’ after ‘After The Gold Rush’, ‘Live At Massey Hall 1971’ captures Neil Young in full glory.
Fuelled by classic songwriting that popularised country-rock, the best Eagles albums contain some of the most iconic music ever recorded.
Borne out of a deep personal tragedy, Tears In Heaven remains the most personal song that Eric Clapton ever wrote.
Defining the psychedelic era more than arguably any other band, the best Arthur Lee and Love songs continue to inspire countless musicians.
Hailed as ‘a crystal-clear distillation’ of Tim Buckley’s talent, the ‘Blue Afternoon’ album set him up for his most experimental work.
Bringing the curtain down on Eagles’ first phase, ‘Eagles Live’ captures why they were one of the most popular bands of the 70s.
Baroque and psychedelic, Tim Buckley’s self-titled debut album introduced an ‘extraordinarily and uniquely talented’ artist to the world.
Recorded while under pressure to follow ‘Hotel California’, ‘The Long Run’ became Eagles’ final studio album for almost 30 years.
From his unique musicianship to his precision songwriting, Lindsey Buckingham’s best Fleetwood Mac moments have defined the band’s career.
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