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The Essential Rock Albums (In My Opinion) (Part 2)

It's a must-read for everyone interested in rock music. Read More »

Music Review: Grateful Dead – ‘Blues for Allah’ and ‘Shakedown Street’ Remastered on 180-Gram LPs


These hefty chunks of black vinyl in their gorgeous packaging should please Deadheads and audiophiles alike. Read More »

Music Review: Tracy Nelson – Victim Of The Blues

One of the queens of the American blues returns with a new album. Read More »

Music Review: Motorpsycho – Timothy’s Monster (Deluxe Edition)

This deluxe four-CD box set of Motorpsycho's classic is a rare treat. Read More »

Music Review: The Black Crowes – Croweology

The new, acoustic versions of Black Crowes songs on Croweology sum up the band's history. Read More »

Book Review: Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn by David Meerman Scott and Brian Halligan

The Dead Marketing Gurus! Read More »

Music Review: Dave Wilson Quartet – Spiral

This is jazz. Pure, traditional quartet jazz with an edge. Not “saxophone karaoke with a music machine”! Read More »

Music Review: The Grateful Dead – Crimson, White & Indigo: Philadelphia, July 7, 1989 (3 CD + DVD)

The Grateful Dead rock the Liberty Bell! Read More »

Book Review: You Can’t Always Get What You Want: My Life With The Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead And Other Wonderful Reprobates by Sam Cutler

The Sixties, The Stones, The Dead, And Altamont Read More »

Music Review: MV & EE – Barn Nova

J Mascis guests on the latest from MV & EE. Read More »