Sound-effects records and Mussorgsky! Sebastian reveals what went into a handful of amazing tracks from his long, hit-making career.
There was no such thing as progressive rock, explains Howe. It was just that their sound needed a bigger canvas.
He’s gigged with Mick Jagger, Jack Bruce, Television, and more. But it’s with his own band that Rip really gets cooking.
From “Breezin’” to “On Broadway” – George Benson reveals the stories behind his most significant tracks.
“Oh, yeah, I played on that.” Larry Carlton recalls his favorite sessions with the Crusaders, Joni Mitchell, and Steely Dan.
The Australian multi-instrumentalist on building a following, Fender Stratocasters, and making a guitar-centric pop record.
Mark Farner looks back on the gear, songs, and stories behind the biggest American hard-rock band of the early 1970s.
The session legend reflects on a 50-year career playing with Jon Bon Jovi, Carole King, Linda Ronstadt, Don Henley, and more.
A nursery rhyme, a Les Paul and the world's first Orange Amp – here's the story behind a bona fide rock anthem.
Vernon Reid, Kirk Hammett and John McLaughlin all guest on Blackman Santana's 'Give The Drummer Some.'
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Hearing congas, Leslie West's tone and recording live - Al Di Meola recalls creating his 1977 “shred” masterpiece.
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