'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway' is Genesis' best-known enigma, a project almost universally respected if seldom understood.
Supergroups often turn out to be less than the sum of their parts, but when those parts are as incredible as Nirvana/Foo Fighters veteran Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and ex-Led Zeppelin member John Paul Jones, the results are bound to rock.
'Deguello' was the last ZZ Top album of the '70s, and in more ways than one.
To American listeners, Bryan Adams seemed to arrive out of the blue with 1983's 'Cuts Like a Knife' LP, but he'd actually been around for quite awhile.
In 1974, George Harrison was caught between his Beatles fame and the solo career he'd been working toward for years, caught between the rock and roll life and a growing spirituality, caught between marriage and a very public divorce -- and caught between finishing a new album and hitting the road for the first American solo jaunt by any of the former Fabs.
The twin departures of both Marty Balin and (briefly) Grace Slick gave Jefferson Starship an opportunity to update its sound in advance of new decade -- and the results on 'Freedom at Point Zero' offered a more straight-forward, more metallic approach.
Petty's second solo album was released on Nov. 1, 1994.
When the Grateful Dead released ‘Built to Last’ on Oct. 31, 1989, hopes were high for a successful follow-up to their big hit, 1987's ‘In the Dark.’
"Every record is a complete long shot. You just have to throw caution to the wind and try everything and then see what happens."
Kenny Loggins wasted no time establishing himself as a solo act after Loggins & Messina disbanded.