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‘Is this how it’s going to be?': Solo career for the Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood had a rough start

‘Is this how it’s going to be?': Solo career for the Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood had a rough start

At this point, it seems his own record label hardly knew Wood.

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “Dark Horse (early take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “Dark Horse (early take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

The sad truth is that this song was always much better than its execution.

‘That’s where we differed': Jim McCarty explains why Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck left the Yardbirds

‘That’s where we differed': Jim McCarty explains why Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck left the Yardbirds

Legend says Clapton split over “For Your Love.” But there was more to it.

Willow Willow – Listening To Music (2014)

Willow Willow – Listening To Music (2014)

This makes you remember why you enjoy music in the first place.

One Track Mind: David Lee Roth, “Tobacco Road” from Eat ‘Em and Smile (1986)

One Track Mind: David Lee Roth, “Tobacco Road” from Eat ‘Em and Smile (1986)

It’s corny and completely over the top, but that’s what I want from Dave.

Thank You Scientist – Maps of Non-Existent Places (2012; 2014 reissue)

Thank You Scientist – Maps of Non-Existent Places (2012; 2014 reissue)

Thank You Scientist more than deserves a second audition; don’t miss out this time.

One Track Mind: Dennis DeYoung, “Lorelei” from Music of Styx: Live in Los Angeles (2014)

One Track Mind: Dennis DeYoung, “Lorelei” from Music of Styx: Live in Los Angeles (2014)

Unbent by the years, DeYoung reclaims one of his best early Styx songs.

‘It had such a great groove to it': Paul Rodgers makes the case for Queen’s The Cosmos Rocks

‘It had such a great groove to it': Paul Rodgers makes the case for Queen’s The Cosmos Rocks

He says he added a new wrinkle to their legacy, and “not everybody can do that.”

One Track Mind: Jon Kanis, “Make A Wish” from Fundamentalism Is The Only Way (2014)

One Track Mind: Jon Kanis, “Make A Wish” from Fundamentalism Is The Only Way (2014)

Frugally arranged, yet intense, “Make A Wish” is a real keeper.

It’s time for prog fans to forgive Rolling Stone magazine

It’s time for prog fans to forgive Rolling Stone magazine

Mike Tiano explores an enduring rift that should have been over long ago.