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Kosi – Pictures of Us (2014)

This is an album of beauty – authentic, and from the heart.

‘One of the best things’: The Yardbirds’ Jim McCarty praises Rush’s take on ‘Shapes of Things To Come’

‘One of the best things’: The Yardbirds’ Jim McCarty praises Rush’s take on ‘Shapes of Things To Come’

Jim McCarty talks about his favorite covers of a signature Yardbirds song.

Gimme Five: Danny Seraphine on ’25 or 6 to 4,’ ‘Full Circle,’ ‘Hard Habit to Break,’ others

Gimme Five: Danny Seraphine on ’25 or 6 to 4,’ ‘Full Circle,’ ‘Hard Habit to Break,’ others

We look back on a career that started and continues with CTA.

‘Oh, my God – talk about a redirection’: Micky Dolenz on his most interesting post-Monkees job offer

‘Oh, my God – talk about a redirection’: Micky Dolenz on his most interesting post-Monkees job offer

It seems a very unlikely Rock and Roll Hall of Famer came calling.

Randy Bachman – Vinyl Tap Tour: Every Song Tells a Story (2014)

Randy Bachman – Vinyl Tap Tour: Every Song Tells a Story (2014)

This conversational concert recording makes the case for an often-ignored legacy.

Bob Dylan and the Band, “Odds and Ends” from The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 (2014): One Track Mind

Bob Dylan and the Band, “Odds and Ends” from The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 (2014): One Track Mind

Lost time may never be found again but, with Bob Dylan and the Band, lost songs occasionally are.

One Track Mind: Billy Joe Shaver with Willie Nelson, “Hard To Be An Outlaw” (2014)

One Track Mind: Billy Joe Shaver with Willie Nelson, “Hard To Be An Outlaw” (2014)

Willie Nelson’s presence here means a debt has finally been repaid.

Phil Ochs – Live Again (2014)

Phil Ochs – Live Again (2014)

We find Phil Ochs sharpening his weapons for a final attack on injustice.

One Track Mind: Henry Butler + Steven Bernstein, “Gimme a Pigfoot” from Viper’s Drag (2014)

One Track Mind: Henry Butler + Steven Bernstein, “Gimme a Pigfoot” from Viper’s Drag (2014)

This is music that builds on the past – rather than fetishizing it.

The time John Oates almost gave away a Hall and Oates charttopper: ‘Man, you’re out of your mind!’

The time John Oates almost gave away a Hall and Oates charttopper: ‘Man, you’re out of your mind!’

John Oates had started writing it for one of their main influences.

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