Posts tagged with 60s
Coming into bloom in the flower-power era, the best 60s albums cover psychedelic excursions, folk-rock introspection and hard-rock rebellion.
Riding the crest of the wave, The Doors wanted the world… and they wanted it now. ‘Strange Days’ brought it right to them.
Punk before punk was invented, MC5’s singer, Rob Tyner, laid down the anti-establishment blueprint for all future rock’n’roll rebels to follow.
A special edition of The Doors' legendary 'Live At The Bowl '68' concert will be shown in selected theatres on the night of 4 November.
A sentimental ballad Otis Redding didn’t think suited him, Try A Little Tenderness became a passion-filled powerhouse in the singer’s hands.
Otis Redding will be celebrated on Thursday 9 September - which would have been his 80th birthday - by the State of Georgia.
Tim Buckley’s second album, ‘Goodbye And Hello’, remains a startling work of raw intimacy and psychedelic extravagance.
Hailed as ‘the most adventurous record in rock’, ‘Astral Weeks’ ensured Van Morrison’s name would be forever written in the cosmos.
Ron Bushy, drummer with pioneering heavy US psychedelic band, Iron Butterfly, famous for In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, has passed away aged 79.
From folky freakouts to feats of sonic daring, the best Jethro Tull songs crowned the group the court jesters of the prog rock scene.
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