They were almost as big as The Beatles (and they had a much longer career). But are we now being encouraged to forget about The Bee Gees’ stranger exploits?
An oddball novelty number cashing in on the huge success of the Fab Four.
Trying to define the most slippery of music trends is a fool’s game – but tracing the connections between various genres is fascinating.
Ringo Starr’s fervent efforts to avoid being confused with a cock ring.
Why one day in 1968 with The Beatles was the pinnacle of everything good.
The life and times of the world’s most famous sex worker, and her curious LP.
Exploring the back catalogue of the Scottish Sixties popsters Marmalade.
Low rent kitchen sink drama meets throwaway rock ‘n’ roll in an early Sixties British musical.
Looking back at the short-lived craze for topless fashion and the public outrage that it caused.
The Doctor Who and Worzel Gummidge records from the third Doctor.
Monty Python, The Bonzo Dog Band and The Rutles – an impressive career remembered.
The lost mid-Sixties psych-folk career of Britain’s reluctant Italian horror star.