James Bond Tributes: The Best, Worst and Weirdest Riffs on 007
The British icon and his many decades of movies are perfect for parody — from 'Austin Powers' to 'Archer.'
Why Side 2 of ‘Tattoo You’ Is Among the Rolling Stones’ Best Work
Five-song stretch ranks among the greatest in the band's catalog.
How Paul Simon Depended on Other Musicians to Make ‘Graceland’
Some argue that exploitation played as large a role as collaboration.
How ‘Pocket Full of Kryptonite’ Made Spin Doctors Unlikely Stars
Band's mix of southern rock and pop made for an unlikely success story.
30 Years Ago: ‘The Commitments’ Brings Soul to Dublin
Working-class Irish get some soul in Alan Parker's 1991 hit.
30 Years Ago: Lollapalooza Takes a Revolution on Tour
Trailblazing tour proved to be one of the '90s most influential events.
Great Gigs With This Guy: David Gilmour’s Top 10 Guest Turns
Pink Floyd guitarist has collaborated with friends, peers and surprising artists.
Yacht or Not?: Sailing the Seas of Yacht Rock
The style crosses musical genres thanks to its inherent vibe.
How Van Halen’s ‘So This Is Love?’ Stands Apart on ‘Fair Warning’
Poppy, upbeat song stands out on an otherwise dark, aggressive album.
55 Years Ago: The Beatles Battle Frank Sinatra for Song of the Summer
"Paperback Writer" went to No. 1, only to be supplanted by "Strangers in the Night."