• Kurt Cobain

    Remembering Kurt Cobain - The Man Who Sold The World - Nirvana Unplugged

    Read Post >
  • The Pretenders - The Story Behind Back On The Chain Gang

    Read Post >
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute - My Friends

    Read Post >
  • Pink Floyd- Dark Side Of The Moon

    Dark Side of The Moon Turns 42 - Pink Floyd

    Read Post >
  • The White Stripes

    The White Stripes - Ball And Biscuit- The Story Of The Seventh Son

    Read Post >
  • Pearl Jam - Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town

    Read Post >
  • A Perfect Circle

    Orestes- A Perfect Circle- The Search For Resolution

    Read Post >
  • Bob Mould

    Black Sheets Of Rain- Ryan Adams Covers Bob Mould

    Read Post >
  • Layne Staley

    Remembering Layne Staley

    Read Post >


  1. Layla- Derek & the Dominos
  2. All Things Must Pass - George Harrison
  3. Ten - Pearl Jam
  4. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
  5. Are You Experienced - Jimi Hendrix
  1. Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
  2. Music From The Big Pink - The Band
  3. (Pronounced 'Leh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd) Lynyrd Skynyrd
  4. John Lennon/PlasticOno Band John Lennon
  5. Murmur - R.E.M.
Agree? Disagree?
Comment on the list
Band Of Horses released their second album Cease To Begin in October of 2007. Following their debut, Everything All The Time, the band saw major lineup changes, leaving Ben Bridwell to recruit various Read More
U of Music's Top 20 Debut Albums Do you have any other favorites? Comment below. Read More
About five months after Nirvana played their November 1993 Unplugged concert at Sony Music Studios in New York City, Kurt Cobain was found dead, the victim of an apparent suicide. It came as a shock to Read More
Marvin Gaye released his landmark recording What's Going On in May of 1971. It is a concept album told from the point of view of a Vietnam vet who returns home from war to find his world unfamiliar Read More
Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein in 1918 while on a trip to Geneva Switzerland with her husband Percy Shelley, John Polidori and Lord Byron. The group decided to have a horror story writing competition Read More
The overwhelming emotional anguish and sense of instability caused by life’s constant doling of loss and mutability is an essential part of the human condition. We lose childhood and watch our children Read More
Her Space Holiday is the recording moniker of indie electronic artist  Marc Bianchi. He released Manic Expressive, his first full length album, in 2001. The compositions are imaginative aural journeys, Read More
U of Music’s Top 20 Contemporary Acoustic Based Artists or Bands Read More
In early 1971, while in New York City, John Lennon asked George Harrison if he would be interested in performing on his next album. Harrison obliged and invited his friend bassist Klaus Voormann. The album Read More
Alice In Chains, the band’s self titled follow up to their magical Jar Of Flies EP, was released in November of 1995. The original CD was released in a purple jewel case w Read More
The bluesy, heart melting classic "I'd Rather Go Blind," was first recorded by Etta James in 1967. In her autobiography, James said that she cowrote the song with Ellington Jordan Read More
U of Music's Top 15 songs with a day of the week in the title. Did we leave your favorite off the list? Let us know in the comments... Ruby Tuesday - The Rolling Stones Stormy Read More
Whether it was the dissolution of a deeply romantic relationship, the financial ruin he faced or the loss of close friends to drug overdoses, Jerry Cantrell has always had Read More
Yield, Pearl Jam's fifth studio album, released in 1998, was proclaimed by the band to be their return to the harder edged style that characterized Ten and VS. Unlike Vitalogy and No Code it was Read More
Patty Griffin is a surprisingly overlooked acoustic singer/songwriter with a considerably accomplished body of work steeped in the influences of American folk and country. Born in Old Town, Maine in 1964, Read More
More >