Bob Dylan's second album was a remarkable achievement that calls for continued appreciation.
So soulful and revelatory was Jimi's playing that his catalogue is one of the very few in the blues/rock genre that will prove to inspire players and composers across every genre.
More than 30 years on, this album still sounds fresh and filled with new ideas.
Stinging acid-folk from one of Canada's best-kept musical secrets, the alter ego of Tom Wilson from Blackie and the Rodeo Kings.
On their fifth album,The National moved towards fulfilling all the promise of their earlier work, with stronger songs, more direct lyrics, and a surprising execution.