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Yeah Yeah Yeah, ‘She Loves You’ Turns 50

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Fifty years ago on Friday, August 23, 1963 was the release of ‘She Loves You’, which cemented the Beatles' status as the undisputed high-kings of British culture. Read More »

‘Please Please Me’ Turns 50

Fifty years ago this week, the single which broke The Beatles was released. Read More »

From Him To Them: 49 Years Ago George Martin’s Advice Cements The Beatles’ Fame

George Martin creates a number one single from an unfinished b-side submission. Read More »

Would the Real Drummer on “Please Please Me” Please Please Stand Up?

Who really plays drums on The Beatles' Anthology version of "Please Please Me"? Read More »

On Life Support: A Look at the Big Four Record Labels

A close look at the profit and pitfalls of the major music labels. Read More »

Music Review: John Adams, et al – American Counterpoint

A tour-de-force by composer John Adams highlights this trilogy of “American Classics.” Read More »

Music Review: Duran Duran – Big Thing (2010 Reissue)

Another controversial reissue hits the streets as EMI tries for redemption. Read More »

The Friday Morning Listen: Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother

Pink Floyd takes a stand. I like it. Read More »

Music Review: Radiohead – Hail To The Thief: Collector’s Edition

Radiohead album number six stands the test of time, and now comes with some bonus gems. Read More »

Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch Diagnosed With Cancer, Album and Tour Postponed

Yauch's cancer treatment will delay the band's plans for 2009... Read More »