Tune up with this colorful chart of colorful chart-toppers, featuring the complex concatenations between over 700 artists and 500 bands throughout music history. Whether those collaborations turned out to be melodious milestones (Hall and Oates, Page and Plant) or euphonic footnotes (Rod Stewart and Kinks frontman Ray Davies), this diatonic diagram diligently denotes degrees of separation across genres and generations of musicians–all at a staggering 39″ x 39″, an LP-sleeve-shaped musical mammoth of a chart.
Includes a color-coded instrumental breakdown of what each musician played for each outfit, providing the perfect gift for any music lover or trivia buff. (And for those of you in a band yourselves, it also contains a number of fun, interesting colors to keep your bass player entertained.)
It’s available at PopChart Lab now, so go here to look at it close up.