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Jan & Dean Were Number One 50 Years Ago This Week


Brian Wilson co-wrote the first number one surf song of the rock and roll era. Unfortunately for him, it was not The Beach Boys who recorded the song. Read More »

Concert Review: Paul McCartney at Safeco Field, Seattle, WA, 7/19/2013


Sir Paul McCartney adds a slice of Nirvana to an already historic night in Seattle. Read More »

Music Review: Patty Duke – ‘Don’t Just Stand There’/’Patty’ and ‘Sings Songs from Valley of the Dolls’/’Sings Folk Songs’


The mid-1960s teen idol's four studio albums have been resurrected, but one of them is seeing public release for the first time. Read More »

Music Review: Big Star – ‘Nothing Can Hurt Me’ Soundtrack

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With the release of the 'Keep An Eye On The Sky' box set and now the 'Nothing Can Hurt Me' soundtrack, completists can eat up dozens of unreleased tracks that have surfaced. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Beach Boys – ‘Good Vibrations Tour’


Climb aboard the time machine for the original lineup performing many hits live in concert, circa 1976. Read More »

Music Review: Hadiza Dockeray – ‘Chapter 4′

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This EP features six original tunes and will leave you wanting more. Read More »

“Easier Said Than Done” By The Essex Was Number One 50 Years Ago This Week


Five Marines had the number one single in the United States a half-century ago. Read More »

Music Review: Sam Pinkerton – ‘EP Sampler’

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A taste of acoustic-based melodicism from a talented new singer-songwriter. Read More »

Music Review: Mason Williams – ‘The Mason Williams Phonograph Record’


Mason Williams was a writer for the Smothers Brothers who released a half-brilliant, half-odd, but very popular album back in 1968. Read More »

Music Review: The Three O’Clock – ‘The Hidden World Revealed’


A great intro for new fans, and longtime Paisley Underground followers have plenty of alternates and demos to enjoy. Read More »