Sunday , November 27 2022

Rock

Book Review: ‘Altamont: The Rolling Stones, The Hell’s Angels and the Inside Story of Rock’s Darkest Day’ by Joel Selvin

Does Joel Selvin's 'Altamont: The Rolling Stones, The Hell's Angels and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day', maintain a proper perspective on the events that have made the concert notorious?

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Music Review: NRBQ – ‘High Noon: A 50-Year Retrospective’

NRBQ are every bit as adventurous as they were as a young bunch of guys playing around at the Adams home some 51 years ago, even though Terry Adams stands alone as the only band member spanning the timeline from then to now. How he’s been able to hang on to the energy and charming irreverence that permeates this box of collected performances (both studio and live in concert) is a testament to his continued enthusiasm and love of music.

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Music Review: Brown Sabbath – ‘Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath, Vol. II’

Brownout finds the little nooks and crannies of the soulful and funky undercurrents in the heaviness of Black Sabbath songs and fleshes them out with some greasy horns, nearly hypnotic percussion, and much more psychedelic improv than you might think. If you love Black Sabbath, you will dig this unique covers album tremendously.

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