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DVD Review: ‘Sinatra: All or Nothing at All’

This two-part documentary takes a detailed, intelligent look at the life of Frank Sinatra, who merged artistic greatness and enormous popularity like no one else in the 20th century.

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Music Review: Jethro Tull – ‘Too Old to Rock ‘N’ Roll: Too Young to Die!’ Four-Disc Box Set

The video version of the album is a goofy-fun immersion into a mid-1970s world of hyper-costumed, half-baked concept-album dizziness. But there's nothing half-baked about this masterful, somewhat neglected album.

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Blu-ray & Music Review: ‘Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck’ and ‘Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings’ [Deluxe Edition Soundtrack]

Brett Morgen succeeds where others before him have failed in giving the world a Kurt Cobain life story that is as profoundly intimate, non-judgmental and powerful as you could ever ask for.

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The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – Neil Young’s ‘Monsanto Years’; Wilco’s ‘Star Wars’; Rolling Stones At Hyde Park 1969 DVD

Neil Young's rabble-rousing protest rock; Wilco's free, beautiful noise; and The Stones' dress rehearsal for Altamont.

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