35 Years Ago: Joe Walsh’s ‘Got Any Gum?’ Begins Career Downturn
For perhaps the first time, it sounded like his guitar was fighting to be heard.
15 Years Ago: Foo Fighters Leave Their Comfort Zone With ‘Echoes’
Dave Grohl and company stretched what Foo Fighters' music could sound like on their sixth album.
How Familiar Lovers at the Berlin Wall Sparked David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’
Classic song reached only No. 24 on the U.K. chart and failed to chart at all in the U.S.
45 Years Ago: Eric Carmen Somehow Completes a Deeply Personal Masterpiece
Former Raspberries frontman discusses difficult birth of 'Boats Against the Current.'
25 Years Ago: Phish Stages ‘The Great Went’
Band invited fans to Maine in 1997 for a weekend of art, humor, a big bonfire and lots of jamming.
30 Years Ago: Elton John Returns From Addiction With ‘The One’
The 1992 album gave legend his first Top 10 hit in 16 years.
10 Years Ago: Jack White Goes Solo With ‘Blunderbuss’
Former White Stripe frontman owes debut to RZA and Tom Jones.
25 Great Drum and Vocal Breakdowns
Sometimes, to amp up a song, you have to pare things back.
Van Halen Tried to Patch Themselves Together on ‘It’s About Time’
Song sounded like all was well with the band, but disaster was just around the corner.
The Doors’ ‘L.A. Woman’: The Story Behind Each Track
Final statement from the band's original incarnation contains a little of everything that made them so engaging.