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

jethro tull the rock opera

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: 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: Scott Krokoff – ‘Realizations and Declarations, Vol. 2’ EP

'Realizations and Clarations Vol. 2' by Scott Krokoff

In a world of old styles clashing with new fads, the familiarity Scott Krokoff pulls off will be welcomed by many. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Rush FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About Rock’s Greatest Power Trio’ by Max Mobley

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Mobley's well-researched and enthusiastic account of Rush's career is a must for fans. Read More »

Music Review: Rod Stewart – Box Set of First Five Albums (1969-1974)

Rod Stewart 1971 Wikimedia Commons/Mercury Records

The vinyl box set of Rod Stewart's first five albums is a must-have for all of Stewart's many fans. Read More »

Music Review: The Healing – ‘Childhood Home’ EP

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In this, their debut EP, The Healing bring together five songs that convey the nostalgia of one's childhood home. Read More »

Music Review: Yes – ‘Heaven & Earth’

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The new Yes album is cosmic light. Read More »

Music Review: Little Feat – ‘Live in Holland 1976′ [CD+DVD]

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Eagle Rock gives us a great opportunity to travel back to the glory days of Little Feat on CD and DVD. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Toto – ’35th Anniversary Tour – Live in Poland’


Toto's 35th anniversary concert in Poland is a must for fans and an ideal introduction for newcomers. Read More »

Music Review: War – ‘Evolutionary’


Unlike most bands from the classic rock era, War's style never quite went "out of style" the way, say, southern rock or progressive rock did. Funky is still funky. Read More »