Guitarist Mick Taylor’s time in the Rolling Stones was brief, but he helped them create a handful of their best songs from 1969-1974
Labelled as the Greatest Rock N’ Roll band in the world, the Rolling Stones have also produced their fair share of ballads over the years.
Most Rolling Stones fans know the impact guitarist Mick Taylor had on the band during his tenure from 1969-1974.
By 1978, the Rolling Stones’ star was waning in the U.S. Disco was taking the States by fire and punk rock was making its move in England.
It can be pretty daunting if you’re a new Rolling Stones fan and want to know which albums to get into from their vast catalogue, or which are their best records to check out first.
Look around the internet for what people think are Pink Floyd’s best albums, and The Final Cut usually rates as one of the worst, at least of those from the Roger Waters era.
It’s been 34 years since virtuoso guitarist Randy Rhoads died in a plane crash, yet his legacy is stronger than ever today.
Randy Rhoads’ time in the spotlight as Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist was oh so brief, but in the two records he recorded with the former Black Sabbath frontman, Rhoads left an indelible impact.
It’s a long way back in time now, but the man who helped Ozzy Osbourne record two of the greatest albums in metal history still has a pretty good memory of how they were made back in the early 1980s.
Here’s our look at the five most underrated songs from all their studio albums, excluding 1982’s CODA.