The Classic Rock Legacy

Dylan, Cash Producer Bob Johnston on the Nashville Sessions

“I was standing by the soundboard and I said to Dylan, ‘Listen, man, you ought to come to Nashville sometime.’ He just went, ‘Hmmm.'”–producer Bob Johnston

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Isaac Hayes: Stax, ‘Shaft,’ and Chef

The singer, songwriter, producer and actor revolutionized soul music, leading it out of the era of the three-minute single and into cosmically new territory

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Beatles Different ‘Revolver’ Releases: The Last Time

Learn a thing or two about an album that’s been an essential part of your collection for decades, including the unusual decision about its singles

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Redbone’s History-Making ‘Come and Get Your Love’

In 1974, the group became the first Native American band to achieve a Top 5 single on the Hot 100. The song received its first official video in 2020

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Reggie Young: The Prolific Guitar Great You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

His guitar can be heard on recordings by Elvis Presley, the Box Tops, Dusty Springfield, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Ringo Starr and more.

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Def Leppard: 10 Things You Might Not Know

We take a deep dive to unearth some interesting tidbits about the band that perhaps have eluded all but the most devoted followers.

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Starship’s ‘We Built This City’: Really The Worst?

Music critics love to call this 1985 #1 single the worst song ever. But is it really? We asked the former members of the band how they feel about it.

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The Great Lost Rock Festival of 1969

In a way better than Woodstock? Atlantic City Pop Festival – two weeks before the famed fest in Upstate NY – had a more diverse line-up, and really rocked.

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Dylan Bassist Harvey Brooks on Making ‘Highway 61’

“A thin, frizzy-haired guy dressed in jeans and boots was standing in the front of the mixing console. I assumed it was Bob Dylan.”

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10 Times Mick Jagger Shared the Mic

The star’s appearances apart from the Rolling Stones are surprisingly few. Here are great performances with Peter Tosh, the Jacksons, David Bowie and more that you may not have heard

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