Posts Tagged 'Bob Dylan'

The Art of the Album Part Two

The Sixties witness The Beatles’ game changing LP, the concept album and the album as the format of choice for the real music fan.

Read on »

Incredible String Band’s Mike Heron’s Top Five Albums Of All Time

Leading up to our event with himself and Joe Boyd in Edinburgh this August, Mike caught us up to speed on his top 5 favourite albums.

Read on »

Beach Boys ‘Pet Sounds’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

We finally made the move to Spotify & Tidal and we have added reading notes about Wilson’s inspirations and Beach Boy contemporaries.

Read on »

Classic Album Sundays presents Bob Dylan ‘The Basement Tapes’ Gallery

CAS and Sony Music joined forces with Dylanologist Sid Griffin to celebrate ‘The Basement Tapes Complete’ at the legendary Soho venue.

Read on »

Classic Album Sundays presents Bob Dylan ‘The Basement Tapes’

Long Ryder, Coal Porter and Dylan authority Sid Griffin will join us as our special guest to relay the story behind Dylan’s legendary 1967 recordings with The Band at Big Pink.

Read on »

Nick Drake ‘Five Leaves Left’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

The songs and artists and family member that inspired Nick Drake along with a demo recording of one of his most famous songs.

Read on »

Album Suggestions for May 2014

Our guests at the Neil Young ‘Harvest’ events have let us know there suggestions for future albums of the month.

Read on »

The Jimi Hendrix Experience ‘Electric Ladyland’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Listen to the songs that Hendrix covered on the album, the music of his guest musicians and some of his inspirations.

Read on »

Bob Dylan ‘Blood on the Tracks’ presented by Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Widely considered to be one of his strongest albums, ‘Blood on the Tracks’ is often referred to as his “divorce” album although Dylan strongly contends this sentiment.

Read on »

Album of the Month: Bob Dylan “Blood on the Tracks”

Widely considered to be one of his strongest albums, “Blood on the Tracks” is often referred to as his “divorce” album although Dylan strongly contends this sentiment.

Read on »