Staff at the British Heart Foundation (BHF) were stunned when a plastic bag left at their local fundraising store included a super-rare demo cut of The Beatles first ever single, "Love Me Do" They say
Booker T Jones, organist I grew up in Memphis and by the time I was 17, I was learning saxophone, piano and Hammond organ, paid for by my paper round. I started going over to Stax Records after school.
Drew Mulholland knew something spooky was going on when he played the Sex Pistols at the wrong speed. He had mistakenly stuck a seven-inch vinyl copy of Anarchy in the UK on at 33⅓rpm and noticed that
The ’60s were over and David Crosby was living on a boat. Aside from the recording studio, his 59-foot schooner, named The Mayan, was the only place where things made sense. When Crosby was 11, his parents
The Yardbirds were one of the seminal bands of the 1960s. At one time or another, they had three of the great guitarists – Eric Clapton (Cream), Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) – in the group.