What makes this record Trunkworthy isn’t just its insane commitment to diversity, but its raging belief in infinite possibilities.
Our go-to New Year’s song is an overlooked blast of optimism from Lindsey Buckingham that is all about new beginnings.
He made the songs of rock’s greatest writers sound like they came from his very soul. But an early Joe Cocker single shows what he could do on his own.
Is this where Cream would’ve gone had they stayed together? Remembering the late Cream founding member with a cut from his prolific life after that band.
It’s Albert Brooks’ birthday, and our gift to you is three-and-a-half minutes from Defending Your Life that distills his subtle profundity down to its life-and-death essence.
“I’m Not Afraid of Life,” produced by Tommy Ramone after several years away from the band, helped the Ramones beat the rap that they kept making the same record again and again.