TREVOR Horn lives in a house (a very big house) in north London. There are floral paintings in the hall, family photos on the furniture, a double bass in the front room and a recording studio in the basement. The personal and the professional snuggled up alongside each other. It’s been a way of life for Horn for decades now.
In a final, previously unpublished Guardian interview, the late great documentarian looks back at his groundbreaking film with Lou Adler, the legendary music festival’s promoter. Lou Adler, promoter and producer In 1967 there was a […]
From Andrew Martin at The Guardian The band’s drummer describes his glory years with the post-punk art-rockers, his bass-playing wife, Tina, and the enigma that is David Byrne Talking Heads were the most innovative and […]
As the 70s rock scene exploded, an increasingly out of touch music business lost its stranglehold on the music scene – here, we tell the story of how it happened https://www.loudersound.com/amp/features/labels-of-love-the-story-of-the-pioneering-record-labels-that-saved-70s-rock