Wednesday , July 15 2020

Classic Rock

Music/Book Reviews: The Doors: ‘Soft Parade’ (50th Anniv. Ed.) Plus Jerry Leger, Swans, Specialty Records

A 50th anniversary edition of the Doors’ ‘The Soft Parade,’ plus albums from Jerry Leger and Swans and a book about Specialty Records.

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Music/Film Reviews: Tim Buckley – ‘Live at the Electric Theatre Co.’ Plus Chuck Berry, Elliott Murphy, Gene Clark

Tim Buckley

An exceptional Tim Buckley concert surfaces and a Chuck Berry film comes to Blu-ray. Plus material from Elliott Murphy’s archives and a Gene Clark cult favorite.

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Music Reviews: Rolling Stones – ‘Let It Bleed’ (50th Anniv. Ed.), ‘Bridges to Buenos Aires’

It’s safe to say that most Stones lovers already own 'Let It Bleed'; but it’s also a good bet that if your copy is vinyl, it’s rather worn and scratchy after half a century. If that’s the case, the new 50th anniversary edition offers lots of reasons to upgrade.

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Music Review: Bob Dylan – ‘Travelin’ Thru, 1967–1969, Bootleg Series, Vol. 15,’ Plus Kinky Friedman, Moody Little Sister, Steve Goodman

The latest volume of Bob Dylan's bootleg series features must-hear collaborations with Johnny Cash. Also in today's column: new albums from Kinky Friedman and Moody Little Sister, and a Steve Goodman reissue.

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Music Reviews: The Ramones ‘It’s Alive’ 40th Anniversary Set Delivers a Shot of Adrenaline, Plus Nilsson and More

It's Alive 40th Anniversary Edition

The 40th anniversary of the Ramones live album 'It's Alive' will get you out of bed, into the shower, and dancing down the street.

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Three Reasons to Take Another Stroll Down the Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ on Its 50th Anniversary

The latest anthology version of The Beatles' 'Abbey Road' delivers amazing sound quality, demos and outtakes, and a 100-page book.

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Ian & Sylvia’s ‘Lost Tapes’ Found, Plus Music from Commander Cody, Bill Scorzari, Flamin’ Groovies, and Shane Alexander

Previously unavailable live recordings from Canada’s Ian & Sylvia include great material. Plus releases from Commander Cody, Bill Scorzari, the Flamin’ Groovies, and Shane Alexander.

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