There’s much more to this often unsung British guitar hero and songwriter than his outstanding 1970s power-trio albums
After just five days of recording at Atlantic Studios in New York, Cream emerged with what many consider to be their greatest album. Jack Bruce goes switching through the Gears...
The death of David Bowie at the start of the year sent a seismic shock through the music world. But his chameleon career colours a legacy that endures beyond his passing
With Wings and Joe Cocker, the late Henry McCullough was one of the great sideman of the 1970s. We pay tribute to an under-appreciated guitarist
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David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick reveals the secrets of the Thin White Duke’s quasi-mystical opus Station To Station – No. 5 in our rundown of the Greatest Albums Of The 70s
Before 1966, the blues was tired, worn out and unsexy. But then four British six-string geniuses helped birth blues rock – and the modern guitar hero too.