. . . and high time they got some credit for these classics
Was Hal Blaine one of your favorite musicians back in the 1960s? How about Larry Knechtel? Carol Kaye? Oh yes they were.
Viewing a transformation that still affects all of us—through the prism of a single year
How Pat Boone seduced a rock critic
Robert Johnson died in obscurity in 1938; since then he has gradually gained recognition as a genius of American music. Only recently have the facts of his short, tragic life become known.