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New Music Monday: Dave Stewart, Martin Barre, Alice Cooper, Rush, Tim Berne, Nirvana, Metallica, Soulfly

New Music Monday: Dave Stewart, Martin Barre, Alice Cooper, Rush, Tim Berne, Nirvana, Metallica, Soulfly

Dave Stewart continues to absorb Americana and roots influences into his work, with terrific results — while Martin Barre sticks his toe in the warm waters of a post-Jethro Tull solo career.

Blue Eyed Sun – Tidal Sound (2013)

Tidal Sound arrives has if in a rush of thought, of inspiration, of emotion. This trio, friends at Michigan’s Interlochen Arts Academy, create as if utterly compelled to do so.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Youngstown” (1995)

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “Youngstown” (1995)

With its theme of angry economic disappointment, the pairing of “Youngstown” with “Murder Incorporated” has become something of a tradition at E. Street Band shows.

Bill Callahan – Dream River (2013)

Dream River is the fourth album released under Bill Callahan’s name, and further explores the introverted landscape mapped by his previous releases. It is not the most cheerful of places, to be sure

‘A lot of that stuff was a cliche': Robert Plant on returning to his Led Zeppelin-era vocal style

‘A lot of that stuff was a cliche': Robert Plant on returning to his Led Zeppelin-era vocal style

Beginning roughly with 2007’s Alison Krauss collaboration Raising Sand, Robert Plant began working in a quieter, more confidential manner that was completely alien to his Led Zeppelin style.

‘His spiritual strength is what remains': Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan gives a touching tribute to Jon Lord

‘His spiritual strength is what remains': Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan gives a touching tribute to Jon Lord

The death of Jon Lord had a profound impact on Deep Purple during the recording of its newest album Now What?!, even though he’d left the group some 10 years before.

Guilty pleasures: The Archies – Everything’s Archie (1969)

Originated in 1942 as teenage comic-strip characters, the Archies found new means of employment in the late ’60s

‘You’ve just got to find another outlet': Carl Palmer on the genesis of Emerson Lake and Palmer’s Works

‘You’ve just got to find another outlet': Carl Palmer on the genesis of Emerson Lake and Palmer’s Works

1977’s double-album Works Vol. 1 was a highly anticipated moment for fans of Emerson Lake and Palmer, arriving as it did some three-and-a-half years after Brain Salad Surgery. Inside, they found something surprising, indeed

‘It gave you chills': Stephen Kalinich on key deep cut from the Beach Boys’ Made in California

Stephen Kalinich goes inside one of the most intriguing rarities found on the Beach Boys’ new Made in California box set — a song he co-wrote with Brian Wilson in 1974, “California Feelin.’”

Steely Dan Sunday, “Blues Beach” (2003)

Steely Dan Sunday, “Blues Beach” (2003)

<<< BACKWARD (“Things I Miss The Most”) ||| ONWARD (“Godwhacker”) >>> *** STEELY DAN SUNDAY INDEX *** It would be easy to dismiss the song “Blues Beach” as “Hey Nineteen” lite.