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Music Review: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – ‘The Complete Epic Recordings Collection’

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The 12-disc box set of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Epic Records releases is for those who love SRV and those who should. Read More »

Music Review: George Harrison’s Apple Albums Remastered

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George Harrison's 1968-1975 catalog has, at long last, been remastered and reissued. Each album is available separately or together as a deluxe box set. Read More »

Music Review: Ray Charles – ‘Genius Loves Company’ [10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition]

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The reissue of Ray Charles' 'Genius Loves Company' is an upgrade for those who bought the original album and a treat for those who missed it the first time around. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Four Horns and a Lush Life’ [Remastered]

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When you hear this set of a dozen classic tunes, you have to wonder why this kind of sound isn’t heard more often. Read More »

Music Review: Conte Condoli – ‘Sincerely, Conti’ (Remastered, Reissued)

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Conte Condoli, Conti Condoli: spell it as you like, either way, "Sincerely Conti" spells great jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Big Star – ‘#1 Record,’ ‘Radio City’ [2014 Reissues]

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If you didn't pick up the 2009 bundle of the two albums together, it's time to finally hitch your wagon to Big Star. Read More »

Music Review: Game Theory – ‘Blaze of Glory’ [2014 Reissue]

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New wave and power pop fans should get Game Theory's newly reissued 1982 'Blaze of Glory,' especially if they haven't experienced this nugget before. Read More »

Win a Copy of the New Allman Brothers Box Set ‘The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings’ from Blogcritics

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Remastered in 5.1 Surround Sound, the box set has 37 tracks includes all four performances from the legendary weekend of March 12-13, plus the band's headlining set from the Fillmore East's closing weekend. Read More »

Music Review: Arnold Schoenberg/Pierre Boulez – ‘Pierrot lunaire’

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The first (and perhaps finest) of Arnold Schoenberg's masterpiece 'Pierrot lunaire' was released by the Wergo label in 1962, and is finally available on compact disc. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Joel – A Matter of Trust – The Bridge to Russia [Deluxe Edition]

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From the reception received, it seemed much more than just rock and roll to the vast majority. Read More »