Musical musings by Something Else! "We're not saying this is the best music ever; we're just saying...
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James Taylor isn't the only one in his family who can make great covers.
Even when Rundgren was Todd The Mod, he was still a pop god.
Nick Deriso provides a most personal account of U2 and Green Day's Crescent City salute on the day the Saints were coming back home.
The guys from Canterbury out-Syds Syd Barrett.
Presence was an album that once again lovingly incorporated Zeppelin's earliest, and most powerful, influences.
Turns out I'm not quite done getting over Michael Brecker's death, after all.
The late Joe Barbera presents The Preschooler's Introduction To The Counterculture.
Buckingham wonders what happened to his solo career, while making another solo record worthy of acclaim.
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