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Music DVD Review: Frank Zappa – ‘A Token Of His Extreme’


The brilliant eccentric's long-lost television special is finally released. It will no doubt please his fans and hopefully add a few new ones. Read More »

Music Review: Patty Duke – ‘Don’t Just Stand There’/’Patty’ and ‘Sings Songs from Valley of the Dolls’/’Sings Folk Songs’


The mid-1960s teen idol's four studio albums have been resurrected, but one of them is seeing public release for the first time. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘The South Side Of Soul Street: The Minaret Soul Singles 1967-1976′


This two-disc collection resurrects a number of hard to find tracks that are still a worthwhile listening experience. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Beach Boys – ‘Good Vibrations Tour’


Climb aboard the time machine for the original lineup performing many hits live in concert, circa 1976. Read More »

“Easier Said Than Done” By The Essex Was Number One 50 Years Ago This Week


Five Marines had the number one single in the United States a half-century ago. Read More »

Music Review: Mason Williams – ‘The Mason Williams Phonograph Record’


Mason Williams was a writer for the Smothers Brothers who released a half-brilliant, half-odd, but very popular album back in 1968. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Woody Guthrie At 100! Live At The Kennedy Center’ (CD+DVD)


Last October 14, artists such as Lucinda Williams, Rosanne Cash, and Judy Collins gathered at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Woody Gurhrie's birth. That memorable concert has finally been released. Read More »

Music Review: Ian Tyson – ‘All the Good ‘Uns Vol. 2′


Ian Tyson brings his career up to date with the release of his latest compilation album. Read More »

Music Review: Bill Kirchen – ‘Seeds and Stems’


The "titan of the telecaster" has returned with a brand new album, still very much connected to the rockabilly school of music. Read More »

Music Review: Delbert & Glen – ‘Blind, Crippled & Crazy’


Two old friends reunite after 40 years to create a new album. The years may have passed but the music is fresh. Read More »