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Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘From The Vault – L.A. Forum (Live In 1975)’

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As Stones shows go, L.A. Forum (Live In 1975) is a gas, gas, gas. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘From the Vault-L.A. Forum-Live in 1975′

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Two new releases from the vaults of the Rolling Stones are remastered concerts from 1975 and 1981. Only one of these gets the review treatment here. • Read More »

Music Review: Marianne Faithfull – ‘Give My Love to London’

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Marianne Faithfull's 20th album celebrates 50 years in the music business and pulls together themes and styles from her distinguished career. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Beatles vs. Stones’ by John McMillian

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A fun and eye-opening account of the "battle of the bands" between The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Mick Jagger’ by Phillip Norman

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Some sympathy for the devil after all. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Keith Richards on Keith Richards (Interviews and Encounters)’ edited by Sean Egan

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A fascinating, and for fans, essential addendum to Richards' autobiography. Read More »

Music Review: Merry Clayton – ‘The Best of Merry Clayton’

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This compliation of Merry Clayton's solo work reveals a technically perfect and talented singer who lacked fire and emotional conviction. Read More »

Not Fade Away, Almost Famous & The Uneasy Marriage Of Rock & Film

The marriage between music and movies has not always been an easy one, at least not when it comes to rock and roll. Read More »

At 50, Have the Stones and Beach Boys Forgotten How to Throw a Birthday Bash?

Those 50-year anniversary rock concerts just ain't what they oughta be. Read More »

Book Review: Revolver: How the Beatles Reimagined Rock ‘n’ Roll by Robert Rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez thinks The Beatles Revolver is far superior to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Read More »