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Touré Discusses New Book on Prince

The author and MSNBC host discusses his new book, in which he examines Prince's cultural impact and influence. Read More »

A Conversation with Chuck Eddy About His Career and His New Book: Rock and Roll Always Forgets: A Quarter Century of Music Criticism

Chuck Eddy talks about his 25 years as a music critic and why he is not a "contrarian." Read More »

Book Review: Best Music Writing 2011, Edited by Daphne Carr and Alex Ross

If nothing else, Da Capo's Best Music Writing 2011 is proof positive that good music journalism isn't dead. Yet. Read More »

Book Review: Traditional New Orleans Jazz: Conversations With the Men Who Make the Music by Thomas W. Jacobson

Veteran jazz journalist Thomas Jacobsen discusses the legacy of New Orleans jazz with a who's who of the present-day scene's 'traditional jazz' players. Read More »

Book Review: Best Music Writing 2010 Edited by Ann Powers and Daphne Carr

The 2010 edition of DaCapo's Best Music Writing represents the broadest, most diverse collection of music criticism offered up to date. Read More »

Greil Marcus Discusses New Book on Van Morrison

Esteemed critic and historian Greil Marcus discusses his latest book on the music of Van Morrison. Read More »

Music Musings: Top 10 Albums of 2009

Best music of 2009 Read More »

Anthony DeCurtis On Robert Palmer Book, Music Criticism, Artist Interviews

Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis discusses the late music critic Robert Palmer, while sharing insights on rock criticism. Read More »

Rock Critic Robert Hilburn Talks of Memoir and Music That Matters

Esteemed journalist Robert Hilburn discusses his memoir, Cornflakes with John Lennon, and the craft of music criticism. Read More »

Fakin’ It in the Sweet Calcutta Rain

My cultural references are just as good as your cultural references. Read More »