Articles by Martin Chilton
From landmark songs to formidable collaborations and tributes to his heroes, Eric Clapton’s Reprise albums offer some of his richest work.
Recorded with Phil Collins, Eric Clapton’s ‘Behind The Sun’ album captured his anguish at the breakdown of his marriage to Pattie Boyd.
Described as ‘loud, raucous, minimalist rock’ Love’s self-titled debut album introduced the group as rising stars of the 60s counterculture.
Released in 1968, Fleetwood Mac’s self-titled debut album set the group up to become one of the most successful bands of the 20th century.
Definitive 70s supergroup classics, the best Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young songs range from political diatribes to countercultural anthems.
Setting out to produce a simple ‘album of good songs’, Van Morrison emerged with the painstakingly created masterpiece ‘Moondance’.
Later called ‘the album that should have come out’ after ‘After The Gold Rush’, ‘Live At Massey Hall 1971’ captures Neil Young in full glory.
Fuelled by classic songwriting that popularised country-rock, the best Eagles albums contain some of the most iconic music ever recorded.
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