We unearth 10 Warren Zevon songs from the second half of his career that deserve to be placed among his famous songs like “Werewolves of London”.
While many of Elvis Costello’s albums are regularly heralded as masterpieces, these ten albums don’t get nearly the love they deserve.
Thomas Dolby’s 40-year-old debut The Golden Age of Wireless is a definitive synthpop album that raises many questions but only answers a few of them.
This is the tale of Patsy Cline’s Greatest Hits, which is probably the only 10-plus million-selling album that never reached the Billboard 200.
Sugaray Rayford’s new album, In Too Deep has roots in late 20th century blues, soul, gospel, and funk, but hints of the 21st century are revealed in the lyrics.
Ry Cooder’s contributions to Americana are apparent in all of his albums. That’s particularly true of Into the Purple Valley, now celebrating its 50th anniversary.