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Frank Sinatra – All or Nothing At All (2015): Movies

Frank Sinatra – All or Nothing At All (2015): Movies

No other project may better capture the complex life of Frank Sinatra, born 100 years ago on Dec. 12, 1915, than HBO’s new film ‘Sinatra: All or Nothing at All.’

Eric Clapton – Slowhand at 70 (2015)

Eric Clapton – Slowhand at 70 (2015)

‘Slowhand at 70’ finds Eric Clapton reflecting on a storied past, yet his still-powerful artistry places the guitarist firmly in the present.

Kit O’Toole’s Top Beatles Albums, Books, Collectibles and Movies for 2015

Kit O’Toole’s Top Beatles Albums, Books, Collectibles and Movies for 2015

Kit O’Toole counts down the best Beatles-related releases of the past year, ranging from books to CDs to DVDs to calendars and more.

The Beatles, “She Said She Said,” from Revolver (1966): Deep Beatles

The Beatles, “She Said She Said,” from Revolver (1966): Deep Beatles

Like “Tomorrow Never Knows,” “She Said She Said” represents Lennon at his most creative and experimental.

The Beatles, “Another Girl” from Help! (1965): Deep Beatles

The Beatles, “Another Girl” from Help! (1965): Deep Beatles

Another step in the Beatles’ development, “Another Girl” turned conventional love songs and traditional pop structures on their heads.

1974: The Promotion Man – New York City, by Dave Morrell (2015): Books

1974: The Promotion Man – New York City, by Dave Morrell (2015): Books

Dave Morrell paints a vivid picture of the 1970s music business, punctuated by memorable hangs with musical idols like John Lennon and Ron Wood.

Gone With the Wind: The Remarkable Rise and Tragic Fall of Lynyrd Skynyrd (2015)

Gone With the Wind: The Remarkable Rise and Tragic Fall of Lynyrd Skynyrd (2015)

Comprehensive and unflinching, ‘Gone With the Wind’ traces Lynyrd Skynyrd’s rise to success, their tragic end, and their controversial reunion.

The Beatles, “You Won’t See Me” from Rubber Soul (1965): Deep Beatles

The Beatles, “You Won’t See Me” from Rubber Soul (1965): Deep Beatles

Paul McCartney’s “You Won’t See Me” points to a larger theme on the Beatles’ 1965 album ‘Rubber Soul’: the anguish and complexity of love.

Traveling Wilburys, “End of the Line” from Volume One (1989): One Track Mind

Traveling Wilburys, “End of the Line” from Volume One (1989): One Track Mind

The Traveling Wilburys’ debut, released in October 1988, featured a should’ve-been-hit that summed up this all-star amalgam’s enduring charm.

Paul McCartney – Pipes of Peace (1983; 2015 reissue)

Paul McCartney – Pipes of Peace (1983; 2015 reissue)

Reissuing ‘Tug of War’ and ‘Pipes of Peace’ simultaneously poses an intriguing question: Is Paul McCartney inviting us to compare and contrast?