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Book Review: ‘It’s Not Only Rock ‘n Roll: Iconic Musicians Reveal the Source of Their Creativity’ by Jenny Boyd


Boyd provides a serious and scholarly treatise on the nature of creativy, with quotes from 75 musicians from many areas of popular music. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Various Artists – ‘Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration’

Bob Dylan 30th Concert DVD cover

The 1992 all-star tribute concert comes to DVD for the first time and includes 40 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Clapton – ‘Unplugged’ [Deluxe Edition]

Clapton Unplugged cover

A reissue done right—an hour and an half of music plus a two-hour DVD of the famed 'MTV Unplugged' concert. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Clapton – ‘Give Me Strength: The ’74/’75 Recordings’ [6-Disc Box Set]


This set will be an excellent addition to any Clapton collection due to the many bonus tracks and the previously unreleased material as well as the excellently remastered studio albums. Read More »

Music Review: Duane Allman – Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective

Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective is as much overall popular music history lesson, as it is an essential chronicle of the man himself. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Clapton – Slowhand: 35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition [2-Disc Set]

Slowhand: 35th Anniversary Edition offers Eric Clapton fans the original album plus bonus tracks and live recordings. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Yardbirds – Making Tracks

Making Tracks is a two-DVD live set demonstrating how the current edition of The Yardbirds honors the original. Read More »

Book Review: Light and Shade: Conversations with Jimmy Page by Brad Tolinski

A collection of interviews with famed guitarist Jimmy Page. Read More »

Music Review: Chris Barber – Memories Of My Trip

A Chris Barber anthology finally appears in the United States Read More »

Music Review: Paul McCartney – Kisses on the Bottom

A tasteful tackling of the Great American Songbook, aided immensely by Diana Krall and her band. Read More »