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Music Review: Neil Young – ‘Bluenote Café (NYAPS Series)’


The hits just keep on coming from Neil Young's Archives Performance Series, and in many ways, Bluenote Café may be the best volume yet. If nothing else, it is certainly among the most interesting. Read More »

Music Review: Bob Dylan – ‘The Best of The Cutting Edge 1965–1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12′

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This series of previously unreleased material just keeps getting better, nearly a quarter-century into its existence. Read More »

Concert Review: Ian Anderson – ‘Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera’ (NYC, Nov. 6 2015)

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The ever-inventive Ian Anderson is back on the road with a high-concept multimedia repackaging of songs from the vast Jethro Tull catalog. Read More »

Music Review: The Beatles – ‘1+’ (CD Plus 2-Blu-ray Deluxe Edition)

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The deluxe edition contains the remixed and remastered '1' album, 124-page book, and two Blu-ray discs (also available in DVD) loaded with promos old and new. Read More »

Music Review: Dr. John – ‘The Atco/Atlantic Singles 1968-1974′

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It's a fascinating chronicle for fans of Dr. John. Read More »

Music Review: The Zombies – ‘Still Got That Hunger’

The Zombies. Photo credit: Andrew Eccles

We aren't likely to see their like again. So it's nice The Zombies with us again, at least for those who are tapped in to the music scene enough to find this fine new album, which reflects on the past but is no mere exercise in nostalgia, or catch the band on the road. Read More »

Music Review: Paul McCartney – ‘Tug of War’ and ‘Pipes of Peace’ (Archive Collection Reissues)


The latest reissues in the award-winning Archive Collection series cover Paul McCartney's uneven early-'80s period: one's a classic, the other is a decidedly mixed bag. Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: The Who – ‘Live at Shea Stadium 1982′


For longtime fans of The Who (of which I consider myself one, seeing them three times live), The Who - 'Live at Shea Stadium 1982' is a rare treat. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Allen Klein: The Man Who Bailed Out The Beatles, Made The Stones, And Transformed Rock & Roll’ by Fred Goodman

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Allen Klein forever changed the way the game is played. At least, before this whole internet thing came along. But that's another story... Read More »

‘On the Record with Mick Rock': Legendary Music Photographer on Snoop Dogg and More, OvationTV Show Debuts August 2

On the Record with Mick Rock OvationTV

Mick Rock visits the hometowns of an eclectic assortment of top-tier musicians from different eras in the new OvationTV series debuting this Sunday, August 2. Read More »