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Something Else! sneak peek: Geri Allen, “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'” (2013)

Lots of notable jazz pianists have been making solo piano records lately, and Geri Allen joins the fray Tuesday when she releases her own such album.

Richard X. Heyman – X (2013)

I suspect most of you reading this already know who Richard X. Heyman is, as he’s been making cool music for many years.

Steely Dan Sunday, “West Of Hollywood” (2000)

Steely Dan Sunday, “West Of Hollywood” (2000)

<<< BACKWARD (“Negative Girl”) ||| ONWARD (“The Last Mall”) >>> *** STEELY DAN SUNDAY INDEX *** This past summer there’s been some point and counterpoint on a class of jazz fans called the “jazzbro,”

Streams: Preview the long-awaited remix of Rush’s 2002 reunion project Vapor Trails

Streams: Preview the long-awaited remix of Rush’s 2002 reunion project Vapor Trails

Can’t wait for the badly needed — no, really, very badly — remix of Rush’s Vapor Trails? Here are 12 striking audio samples to tide you over until the updated disc arrives

Deep Beatles: “You Never Give Me Your Money” from Abbey Road (1969)

Deep Beatles’ look at the Abbey Road medley continues with “You Never Give Me Your Money,” an obvious nod to the group’s legal and financial woes from their ill-fated venture Apple Corps.

‘I was, like, are you insane?’: Mitch Malloy on winning, then losing, Van Halen frontman job

For a moment in 1996, Mitch Malloy was poised to become Van Halen’s third lead singer. In fact, he was certain he had the job. Then, all of a sudden, Extreme’s Gary Cherone took over instead.

‘That turned into a beautiful little song': Mike Love remembers the Beach Boys’ emotional deep cut “Only With You”

‘That turned into a beautiful little song': Mike Love remembers the Beach Boys’ emotional deep cut “Only With You”

Featured in a band so closely associated with his brother Brian Wilson’s musical genius, his brother Dennis’ work can be easy to overlook. “Only With You” makes the case for paying closer attention.

thedrakeeffect – Acoustica (2013)

A very smart sampler from thedrakeeffect’s new series of discs called The Voyage, this debut effort focuses on acoustic rock tracks – offering a stripped-down take on some of life’s more interesting sideroads

One Track Mind: Black Label Society, “Ain’t No Sunshine” from Unblackened (2013)

I’ve been a fan of Zakk Wylde since his pinch-harmonic screaming debut with Ozzy Osbourne on No Rest for the Wicked.

(Cross the) Heartland: Pat Metheny, “Lakes” (1977)

(Cross the) Heartland: Pat Metheny, “Lakes” (1977)

It’s not a constant presence on this album, but as mentioned when we discussed the title track on Watercolors, what would become the sound of “The Group” begins to establish itself.