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Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Joe Strummer: The Singers and the Songs

Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Joe Strummer: The Singers and the Songs

A look inside Tom Petty’s ‘An American Treasure,’ Bob Dylan’s ‘More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14’ and ‘Joe Strummer 001.’

Yes, “Be the One” from ‘Keys to Ascension’ (1996): YESterdays

Yes, “Be the One” from ‘Keys to Ascension’ (1996): YESterdays

“Be the One” was a strong start to what should have been the opening song for a new Yes studio album.

Dustin Carlson, “Hands That Feed” from ‘Air Ceremony’ (2018): Video Premiere

Dustin Carlson, “Hands That Feed” from ‘Air Ceremony’ (2018): Video Premiere

Here is the video premiere of “Hands That Feed,” by guitarist Dustin Carlson and his Air Ceremony band.

Tracy Chapman Smartly Updated Her Approach on ‘Our Bright Future’

Tracy Chapman Smartly Updated Her Approach on ‘Our Bright Future’

Tracy Chapman stayed true to her narrative vision on ‘Our Bright Future,’ issued 10 years ago today. She just added a few intriguing musical wrinkles.

Lucas Lee Dives Deeper Into ‘Lowered Expectations’: ‘One Way of Maintaining Sanity’

Lucas Lee Dives Deeper Into ‘Lowered Expectations’: ‘One Way of Maintaining Sanity’

Lucas Lee discusses working with Marco Minnemann, his personal creative arc and stand-out album tracks from ‘Lowered Expectations.’

Ross Hammond – ‘Riding Dragons in Winter’ (2018)

Ross Hammond – ‘Riding Dragons in Winter’ (2018)

Yes, Ross Hammond’s ‘Riding Dragons in Winter’ is relatively simple but when life gets too noisy and complimented, it’s time to return to elemental things.

The Rascals – ‘The Island of Real’ (1972): Forgotten Series

The Rascals – ‘The Island of Real’ (1972): Forgotten Series

‘The Island of Real’ catches a fun, cosmopolitan groove, but sales were weak and it somehow became the the last-ever album released by the Rascals.

Projekt Gemineye – ‘Man of Science … Man of Dreams’ (2018)

Projekt Gemineye – ‘Man of Science … Man of Dreams’ (2018)

Projekt Gemineye returns with six daring songs that recall the heady days when bands like Rush and Yes ruled the musical landscape.

Christian Scott Confirmed His Vision for Jazz With ‘Live at Newport’

Christian Scott Confirmed His Vision for Jazz With ‘Live at Newport’

Released 10 years ago today, Christian Scott’s ‘Live at Newport’ bravely fought back against the treatment of jazz as an academic affair.

Chicago, “Gone Long Gone” from ‘Hot Streets’ (1978): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Gone Long Gone” from ‘Hot Streets’ (1978): Saturdays in the Park

Themes of loss and renewal show up in several songs on Chicago’s ‘Hot Streets,’ including the side two-opening “Gone Long Gone” from Peter Cetera.

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