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Killer Kollections

Here are some smoking cool collections that have come out recently – just the thing for last minute holiday consumerizing: Rod Stewart – Reason to Believe: The Complete Mercury Studio Recordings If you are under 40, you probably think of Rod Stewart as a an aging, silly, foppish playboy who …

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Into the Lake

Classic rock hero Greg Lake of King Crimson, Emerson Lake and Palmer, a solo career, and most recently a guest with Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Band, has a very plush new website GregLake.com. Besides news, music, pics, bio, message board, flash goodies, and the like, there is also an electronic holiday …

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Italian Day of Bruce

Bruce Springsteen to be scrutinized in Rome according to Launch: Bruce Springsteen Day will be held in Rome, on Tuesday (December 10) at the Centro Studi Americani (Center for American Studies). [that would be the place for it] Scheduled events include seminars and speakers on the rock icon’s songs, a …

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The Boss and the Man In Red

John Fogde came up with a very nice list of Christmas songs he can still listen to, Bill Sherman, Jen Raj, and I added some faves. I forgot to add this one, which at one point I was burnt out on, but after a several year respite I find I …

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Paulie Is Back In Very Fine Style

It’s all Paul McCartney all week with the release of his deeply satisfying new live double-CD set, Back In the U.S. Live 2002, a DVD of the same name, an ABC special Wednesday night featuring highlights of the tour, and McCartney will be performing live onstage Friday with Ringo Starr …

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High Five

High Fidelity is an excellent and record-centric movie starring John Cusack based on the novel of the same name by Nick Hornby about a record store owner and former DJ who sees life through the lens of popular music. When he gets upset, he rearranges his vast record collection to …

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Steely Dan – A Musical Lifetime

When we were in Hawaii last summer we listened to a lot of Steely Dan, one of the few bands the whole family – from (at the time) 2 to 43 with a couple of teenagers thrown in the middle – could mutually appreciate. The teens dug the rocking guitar …

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A Little Love to Creedence

We’ll send this one out to Glenn Reynolds, who digs ’em. For a brief but very intense period from 1969 through 1971, Creedence was the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band in America, generating nine Top 10 singles in a row (“Proud Mary,” “Bad Moon Rising/Lodi,” “Green River,” “Down On the …

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