1968’s Electric Ladyland, the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s third studio album, has the distinction of being the guitarist’s final work released in his lifetime Continue reading Jimi Hendrix Experience
The legend releases a mammoth 6-CD career-spanning box set. Continue reading Neil Diamond
1968’s The Beatles (a.k.a. the White Album), is undoubtedly the most ambitious of the Fab Four’s discography. Continue reading The Beatles
More Blood, More Tracks, is probably the most highly-anticipated of all the previous Bootleg Series installments. Continue reading Bob Dylan
In a way, the 2-CD The Best of R.E.M. at the BBC, is kind of a de facto R.E.M.’s greatest hits collection. Continue reading R.E.M.
1968’s In Search of the Lost Chord was arguably the group’s most psychedelic offering yet. Continue reading The Moody Blues
Originally released in 2002, U2’s The Best of 1990-2000, a collection of the band’s hits, was recently reissued as a double LP set Continue reading U2