The Moody Blues’ sixth album, “A Question of Balance”released in Summer 1970, unfolded like a sweeping cinematic epic playing in the panorama between your ears. The antithesis of a Top 40 band, nevertheless “A Question of Balance” contained the dynamic hit “Question” plus “Dawning is the Day”,”How is It We Are Here”,”It’s Up to You”, and the classic “Melancholy Man”. Justin Hayward and John Lodge co-host here In the Studio
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One of Britain’s most beloved party bands this side of The Faces, Mott the Hoople is still revered there with sold-out tours, and we were so fortunate to have Mott main man Ian Hunter join me In the Studio for the golden anniversary of “Mott”. Or should I say “The Golden Age of Rock’n’Roll”?
“It started trying to be an album based on witchcraft,” Alan Parsons confessed to me about “Pyramid”, the highly anticipated third album by the Alan Parsons Project, released in June 1978. Alan Parsons is my guest In the Studio..
We celebrate “Queen Forever” and Freddie Mercury’s memory with Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Highly significant in their long, colorful history,” Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991″ was the band’s sixth studio album but, more importantly, the first new studio album since 1977’s fateful “Street Survivors”; their first since the tragic plane crash that year claimed the lives of three band members; their first to anoint original Lynyrd Skynyrd lead singer Ronnie Van Zant’s youngest brother, Johnny, as their permanent singer; the return of original guitarist Ed King, And sadly, “Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991” would be the first album without original guitarist Allen Collins.
The interviewsof the earliest years of Eddie and Alex Van Halen’s emigration from The Netherlands to Southern California, meeting Michael Anthony and David Lee Roth, playing Pasadena backyard parties to the Sunset Strip, and recording their January 1978 debut.
Def Leppard “Pyromania” 40th anniversary interview with Joe Elliott, Rick Savage, Phil Collen
David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash In the Studio for their 1969 debut!
The incomparable David Lee Roth “Best Of” including the platinum solo album, “Skyscraper” here In the Studio.
Warren Zevon, the gambler’s son who wrote and sang “I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead”, presumably is indeed resting in peace, having ;passed away far too soon in 2003…Here is my rare interview with Warren Zevon on the 45th anniversary of “Excitable Boy”.