Producer Scott Litt and Dave Grohl explore MTV Unplugged.
Public Enemy’s Chuck D. traces the roots of Hip Hop to the Caribbean “toasting” tradition.
Chuck D didn't believe there would ever be a good rap record because rap was an "event."
Nile Rodgers takes us from the hippies of Greenwich Village to Disco and Dance music.
The synthesizer played an unforgettable role on the incredible back catalog of The Who.
Plugging in launched a musical revolution creating sounds never heard before.
Tom Scholz reveals that the rock band Boston was a one-man recording studio experiment.
Don Was discusses the musical process of the Beach Boys through "Pet Sounds."
Rapper Q-Tip on Sly Stone's ability to create unique funk productions as his own producer.
Producer Peter Asher explores the unique talents of musical innovator Joni Mitchell.
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