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Music Review: The Alan Parsons Project – ‘The Complete Albums Collection’

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The opportunity to hear 'The Sicilian Defence' and such later albums such as 'Stereotomy' and 'Gaudi' may prove to be the tipping point for those curious about APP's 'The Complete Albums Collection.' Read More »

Music Review: Earth, Wind & Fire – ‘The Essential Earth, Wind & Fire’

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The 'Essential Earth, Wind & Fire' collection tells the band's story better than anything I can think of, and it is one that is well worth hearing. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Persona’ (1966) Criterion Collection

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For anyone with an appreciation for film who has not seen 'Persona,' the new Criterion Collection Blu-ray edition is a must. Read More »

Music Review: Jimmer – ‘The Would-Be Plans’

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'The Would-Be Plans' is a breath of fresh air for those of us who have been suffocating on bad product for far too long. Read More »

Music Review: Johnny Winter – ‘True to the Blues: The Johnny Winter Story’

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The new box set 'True to the Blues' tells the Johnny Winter story, warts and all. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Family Matters: The Complete Fourth Season’

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'Family Matters' was in its prime during the fourth season, which has just been released to DVD from Warner Home Video. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The World’s Best Artist’ by Mitch O’Connell

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This artist has been pushing the envelope for over 30 years now, and it shows. You've probably seen his work, whether you know it or not. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Fifth Estate’ (2013)

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'The Fifth Estate' provides a tremendous insight into the world of Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Residual Media’ Edited by Charles R. Acland

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Explores the various forms of media that have come and gone over the course of the past century. Read More »

The Great Nektar Revival of 2013

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2013 should best be remembered as the year progressive rock band Nektar made a big comeback, with a new album and worthy reissues of their classic '70s LPs. Read More »