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Music Review: Ringo Starr – ‘Postcards from Paradise’

Postcards from Paradise

Affable and steady-rocking, Ringo Starr's latest is more of the same - for better or worse. Read More »

Music Review: Jellyfish – ‘Bellybutton’ and ‘Spilt Milk’ 2-CD Reissues

Jellyfish Spilt Milk

Omnivore is reissuing the great power pop band's two early-'90s studio albums in comprehensive remastered two-CD sets with the original tracks plus dozens of demo and live tracks. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Who FAQ’ by Mike Segretto

The Who FAQ

If you thought you knew all you needed to know about one of the most legendary rock bands in musical history, you are sorely mistaken and 'The Who FAQ' will tell you why. Read More »

50 Years Ago Today – Remembering The Beatles First Appearance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’

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What happened to The Beatles is nothing short of extraordinary. They went from those first fledling moments on a cold Sunday night in February 1964 to a juggernaut that literally rocked the world. Read More »

Music Review: The Beatles – ‘The U.S. Albums’

Beatles US Albums cover

Thirteen discs modeled after the Americanized editions that first-generation fans grew up with. The 'Capitol sound' has been mostly ditched in favor of the 2009 remasters. Read More »

The 56th Grammy Awards – Music, Memories and Xanax


Get ready for a unique and extensive recap of the 2014 Grammy Awards, from the pre-show awards to the 21 televised performances and everything in between, from a genuine music enthusiast who saw it all in person. Read More »

Music Review: Harry Nilsson – ‘The RCA Albums Collection’ [Box set]


Sony Legacy's magnificent box set of the singer-songwriter's RCA recordings includes all his high notes, his low points, and everything in between. Read More »

Music Review: Tommy Keene – `Excitement at Your Feet’


'Excitement at Your Feet' is Tommy Keene's new wave-centered collection of obscure covers. Read More »

DVD Review: Daniel Glass- The Century Project: 100 Years of American Music From Behind the Drums and Traps: The Incredible Story of Vintage Drums (1865-1965)

The Century Project is a fascinating overview of popular music in general and the drum set in particular from the Civil War to the British Invasion. Read More »

DVD Review: The Point

The message of tolerance conveyed by the music and the movie are still as relevant today as they were in 1971. Read More »