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Stevie Wonder, November 14, 2014: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Stevie Wonder, November 14, 2014: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Stevie Wonder’s ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ is one of those albums that I can truly say changed my life.

“Good Morning Good Morning” (1967): Deep Beatles

“Good Morning Good Morning” (1967): Deep Beatles

A seemingly straightforward, upbeat rock track from the Beatles instead that tells a bleak story of discontentment.

The Beatles Invade Cincinnati, by Scott Belmer (2014): Books

The Beatles Invade Cincinnati, by Scott Belmer (2014): Books

Scott (Belmo) Belmer’s scrapbook retrospective ‘The Beatles Invade Cincinnati’ captures the hysteria surrounding Beatlemania.

Manhattan Transfer’s Tim Hauser: 10 Essential Performances

Manhattan Transfer’s Tim Hauser: 10 Essential Performances

Remembering Manhattan Transfer’s Tim Hauser, who helped open the door to jazz for me.

“Dig a Pony,” from Let It Be (1970): Deep Beatles

“Dig a Pony,” from Let It Be (1970): Deep Beatles

The Beatles’ often-overlooked “Dig a Pony” is a classic example of John Lennon’s love of wordplay.

Something Else! columnist Kit O’Toole to speak at Los Angeles Fest for Beatles Fans

Something Else! columnist Kit O’Toole to speak at Los Angeles Fest for Beatles Fans

Kit O’Toole, who writes Deep Beatles for Something Else!, is be a featured speaker throughout this weekend’s Los Angeles Fest for Beatles.

The Beatles and Me on Tour, by Ivor Davis (2014): Books

The Beatles and Me on Tour, by Ivor Davis (2014): Books

‘The Beatles and Me on Tour’ recounts Ivor Davis’ month traveling with the band as an embedded correspondent in 1964.

Monty Python’s Total Rubbish: The Complete Collection (2014)

Monty Python’s Total Rubbish: The Complete Collection (2014)

‘Monty Python’s Total Rubbish’ collects all nine of their UK albums into one hilarious box set.

Sergio Mendes – Magic (2014)

Sergio Mendes – Magic (2014)

‘Magic’ finds Sergio Mendes crossing boundaries once again with an album that will appeal to multiple generations.

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969): On Second Thought

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969): On Second Thought

Simultaneously the Beatles at their best, and the sound of a band disintegrating.