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Music DVD Review: Paul McCartney & Wings – Rockshow


Rockshow, the long-awaited concert film documenting Paul McCartney & Wings historic 1976 Wings Over America tour, is better than it really has any right to be. This isn’t so much because of the surprisingly high quality of the video and audio restoration (particularly considering its near forty year vintage), nor of the performance itself (which is excellent start to stop). ... Read More »

Remembering Alvin Lee

Rest In Peace, Alvin. Read More »

The Return Of David Bowie

Nobody expected David Bowie to come back. Not this time. Read More »

Neil Young FAQ Diaries: Separating the Wheat from the Rust

The Rockologist returns, with a few updates to his Neil Young book in a BC exclusive. Read More »

In Defense Of Coldplay

Given the alternatives, Coldplay deserve a break. Read More »

Music 2011: The Rockologist’s Top Ten Album Picks

The ten albums that spent the most time in heavy rotation on my CD player. Sorry, the Rockologist doesn't do iPods. Read More »

Twenty Years Later, Its Achtung Baby All Over Again

Sunglasses not required. Read More »

The Enduring 20-Year Legacy of Nirvana’s Nevermind

Still one hell of a beautiful sounding noise. Read More »

Talihina Sky: The Joyous Rock And Holy Roller Noise Of Kings Of Leon

Let it rock, let it roll...will the Bible Belt come and save the Followill boys soul? Read More »

Making Sense of Amy Winehouse And The 27s Tragedy

Sex and drugs and rock and roll and...death. Stop Making Sense. Read More »