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Book Review: Neil Young FAQ: Everything Left to Know About the Iconic and Mercurial Rocker by Glen Boyd

Boyd deftly juggles arcane and eminent facts in his exploration of the forever-in-flux artist, from his Canadian beginnings to California boom, and from “Mr. Soul” to Motown soul. Yes: Motown! Read More »

Concert Review: Wilco at the Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, 2/7/12

Wilco gives an ecstatic sold out crowd in Seattle The Whole Love. Read More »

Music Review: Crosby, Stills & Nash – Crosby, Stills & Nash (Audio Fidelity 24K Gold Limited Edition)

For audiophiles, this is sure to satisfy your need for cleanliness. But for the rest of us, this is headphone heaven, and a great excuse to dust off the old bong. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Lindsey Buckingham – Songs From the Small Machine – Live in L.A.

The most striking thing about Lindsey Buckingham's new concert DVD, is the revelation of just how amazing — yet underrated — a guitarist he really is. Read More »

Music Review: Kate Bush – 50 Words For Snow

It's never a Merry Christmas when you're alone and missing your snowman. Read More »

Vinyl Tap: Bewitched, Bothered, and Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid: Scaring Up the Spooky Stuff

I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in, and came up with this tragically inexhaustive compendium of musical treats that scare me trickless. Read More »

Music Review: The Jayhawks – Mockingbird Time

The pot at the end of the recent rainbow for long suffering Jayhawks fans. Read More »

Music Review: Wilco – The Whole Love

Wilco's The Whole Love is at this late point, the one to beat for best album of the year 2011. Read More »

Vinyl Tap: Tom Waits – “Hang Down Your Head”

If the brooding “Hang Down Your Head” finds instrumental complement with Rain Dogs' more adventurous raucousness, it distinguishes itself with its heartfelt simplicity and directness. Read More »

Vinyl Tap: Elvis Costello – “Couldn’t Call it Unexpected No. 4″

A poignant and disquieting song of solace and serendipity set to an infectiously melodic and rollicking carnival tune. Read More »