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DVD Review: ‘Sinatra: All or Nothing at All’

This two-part documentary takes a detailed, intelligent look at the life of Frank Sinatra, who merged artistic greatness and enormous popularity like no one else in the 20th century.

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Music Review: Jethro Tull – ‘Too Old to Rock ‘N’ Roll: Too Young to Die!’ Four-Disc Box Set

The video version of the album is a goofy-fun immersion into a mid-1970s world of hyper-costumed, half-baked concept-album dizziness. But there's nothing half-baked about this masterful, somewhat neglected album.

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Blu-ray & Music Review: ‘Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck’ and ‘Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings’ [Deluxe Edition Soundtrack]

Brett Morgen succeeds where others before him have failed in giving the world a Kurt Cobain life story that is as profoundly intimate, non-judgmental and powerful as you could ever ask for.

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The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – Neil Young’s ‘Monsanto Years’; Wilco’s ‘Star Wars’; Rolling Stones At Hyde Park 1969 DVD

Neil Young's rabble-rousing protest rock; Wilco's free, beautiful noise; and The Stones' dress rehearsal for Altamont.

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Music Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘Sticky Fingers (Super Deluxe)’ & ‘From The Vault: The Marquee Club Live in 1971 (DVD/CD)’

Two new releases out this month reexamine the legacy of The Rolling Stones' classic 1971 album 'Sticky Fingers' from different angles, and the results are as predictably mixed as you might expect.

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