The best albums from David Coverdale: Deep Purple and Whitesnake singer, The Voice, and leading purveyor of trouser-related musical innuendo
Mike Campbell’s ridiculously named hobby band The Dirty Knobs step into the limelight on Wreckless Abandon
It's episode two of a bastard family affair on Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons' We’re The Bastards
Reb Beach's A View From The Inside is an instrumental shred-fest from the former Winger and latterday Whitesnake guitarist
Backed into a corner in the fourth round, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown come out fighting on Pressure
And still they rise. With Bob Ezrin producing again on Whoosh!, Deep Purple have fun, stretch out and shine brighter
Grit Your Teeth, that difficult sixth album from Vega: sometimes very different, sometimes the same, always good
A battered Strat. A check shirt. Rory Gallagher wore them both well, as a new live album recorded in 1977 shows
The best of a man with many strings to his bow: brilliantly memorable hard rock with The Wildhearts, bleeding-heart confessionals under his own name, and plenty in between
In which three Toronto longhairs become the only men ever to emerge stronger from a trip into a black hole...
With their genius guitarist departed, UFO regrouped, then hired Beatles producer George Martin to record No Place To Run. The one thing that wouldn't come was a hit single...