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Author Archives: Glen Boyd

Glen Boyd is the author of Neil Young FAQ, released in May 2012 by Backbeat Books/Hal Leonard Publishing. He is a former BC Music Editor and current contributor, whose work has also appeared in SPIN, The Rocket, The Source and other publications. You can read more of Glen's work at The Rockologist, and at the official Neil Young FAQ site. Follow Glen on Twitter and on Facebook.

Music Review: Plastic Yellow Band – ‘Breathe Air’

plastic yellow band

A welcome sounding blast of psychedelic-prog fresh air from this South Carolina based New Classic Rock collective. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Alice Cooper – ‘Super Duper Alice Cooper’


If the story told in Super Duper Alice Cooper seems all too familiar, that's because it is. But where's all the music? Read More »

Music Review: Nils Lofgren – ‘Face The Music’ [Box Set]


'Face The Music' proves that Nils Lofgren works just as well on his own, as he does with others. Read More »

Music Review: Neil Young – ‘A Letter Home’


Is this Neil Young's Nebraska or his most ridiculous blunder since the Shocking Pinks? Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Who – ‘Sensation – The Story of Tommy’


A new documentary from Eagle Rock, offers up surprising new perspectives on the Who's classic rock opera. Read More »

America’s Long-Term Unemployed Can No Longer Be Ignored


Unemployment is not "Fun-employment." And to those that say otherwise, shame on you. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Doors – ‘R-Evolution’

Doors R-Evolution DVD Cover

The Doors were well ahead of many of their contemporaries, in recognizing the possibilities of music video. Read More »

Music Review: Neil Young – ‘Live At The Cellar Door’


Neil Young's latest solo acoustic entry from the 'Archives' series is a historically significant, but somewhat redundant document that should mark the close of his latest trilogy. Read More »

Music DVD Review: ‘US Festival ’83: Days 1-3′


'83 US Festival: Days 1-3 isn't a perfect document, but is worth owning for U2 and the final performance of The Clash alone. Read More »

Book Review: ’27: A History Of The 27 Club’ by Howard Sounes


A fascinating, mostly even-handed new book looks at rock's most exclusive fraternity of tragedy, and its six most famous members. Read More »