Featuring Deep Purple, Paul Revere, Simon and Garfunkel, and several ’60s commercial jingles.
The strain was potentially from Grateful Dead sound engineer Owsley Stanley.
Let Discography be your guide to the essential odds and sods for any self-respecting Who fanatic.
For its second episode, Discography chronicles “Live at Leeds” to John Entwistle’s “Rigor Mortis Sets In”.
Discover the legendary band like never before in this new season of Discography.
Listen to these with a candle burning and you’ll see your favorite films.
“But don’t tell Bob Geldof…”
Six years into her career, the singer-songwriter becomes a bandleader and finds strength in the process.
A night of surprisingly tight covers and celebration.
Ten years later, Dean Essner speculates which one’s the real deal.