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Blu-Ray Review: The Who – ‘Live at Shea Stadium 1982′


For longtime fans of The Who (of which I consider myself one, seeing them three times live), The Who - 'Live at Shea Stadium 1982' is a rare treat. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Who – ‘Live at Shea Stadium 1982′

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The Who LIve At Shea Stadium 1982 comes as an unexpected surprise from a much maligned era, and is a keeper to boot. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Lambert and Stamp’ – The Story of The Who’s Early Managers

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History of The Who's business managers is intriguing yet not fully satisfying in this new documentary, "Lambert and Stamp." Read More »

I Shall Be Released: Music News from Mariah Carey, Mika, Slayer, Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, Martin Gore and More


Plus Adam Lambert, The Who, Smash Mouth, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Esperanza Spalding, The Kentucky Headhunters, Nashville Pu$$y and more. Read More »

Music Review: Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey -‘Going Back Home’

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This album is a timely reminder of how the soul of rock and roll is still rebellion. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Who – ‘Sensation – The Story of Tommy’


A new documentary from Eagle Rock, offers up surprising new perspectives on the Who's classic rock opera. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Sensation: The Story of Tommy’

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An in-depth look at the making of the classic rock opera Tommy by those who made it. Read More »

Music Review: Super Deluxe Edition of ‘Tommy’ by The Who

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For fans of 'Tommy,' this is a masterpiece collection of new and old material that will add to your enjoyment of this essential piece of rock history. 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 »

The Proto-Hard Rock, Heavy Metal 101 Syllabus


Several rock bands of the 1960s deserve more credit than many metal fans give them. Read More »