Articles by Martin Chilton
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.
Tim Buckley’s second album, ‘Goodbye And Hello’, remains a startling work of raw intimacy and psychedelic extravagance.
Hailed as ‘the most adventurous record in rock’, ‘Astral Weeks’ ensured Van Morrison’s name would be forever written in the cosmos.
Featuring guests as diverse as Neil Young, R.E.M. and George Clinton, ‘Sentimental Hygiene’ remains an important Warren Zevon album.
From iconic band portraits to striking evocations of decadence, the best Eagles album covers defined the country-rock heroes’ career.
Sounding ‘real good to rub downs’ – according to its creator – ‘Greetings From LA’ found Tim Buckley working up a lusty honky-tonk sound for the 70s.
From epic spectacles to affecting displays of emotion, the best Olympics music performances have defined the Games’ opening ceremonies.
Recorded while Neil Young felt lost at sea, ‘On The Beach’ remains an intensely introspective masterpiece from ‘a period of disillusionment’.
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