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Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘From The Vault – L.A. Forum (Live In 1975)’

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As Stones shows go, L.A. Forum (Live In 1975) is a gas, gas, gas. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘From the Vault-L.A. Forum-Live in 1975′

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Two new releases from the vaults of the Rolling Stones are remastered concerts from 1975 and 1981. Only one of these gets the review treatment here. • Read More »

Book Review: ‘It’s Not Only Rock ‘n Roll: Iconic Musicians Reveal the Source of Their Creativity’ by Jenny Boyd

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Boyd provides a serious and scholarly treatise on the nature of creativy, with quotes from 75 musicians from many areas of popular music. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Muscle Shoals’

The second studio at Muscle Shoals, with Barry Beckett, Diane Butler, Jimmy Johnson, David Hood and Roger Hawkins

Muscle Shoals, Alabama has been the creative fount for many iconic like musicians like Bono, The Stones and even Alicia Keyes. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Keith Richards on Keith Richards (Interviews and Encounters)’ edited by Sean Egan

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A fascinating, and for fans, essential addendum to Richards' autobiography. Read More »

At 50, Have the Stones and Beach Boys Forgotten How to Throw a Birthday Bash?

Those 50-year anniversary rock concerts just ain't what they oughta be. Read More »

Book Review: Rolling Stones 50 X 20, Edited by Chris Murray

Rolling Stones 50 X 20 captures the essence of what gave the Rolling Stones their bad boy reputation and the joy they continue to take in playing the music they love. Read More »

Music Review: Lou Pallo – Thank You Les

Lou Pallo’s Thank You Les, a tribute to music pioneer Les Paul, swings, sizzles, and soars with some of the best in the business. Read More »

Music DVD/CD Review: Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones – Live At The Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981

The historic 1981 summit meeting between the Stones and Muddy Waters at Buddy Guy's Chicago Juke Joint finally gets the proper release it deserves. Read More »

Music Review: Aretha Franklin – Knew You Were Waiting: The Best of Aretha Franklin 1980-1998

Aretha Franklin’s Arista singles are an essential chapter of post-70s rhythm and blues. Read More »