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One Track Mind: Stevie Nicks, “Twisted” from 24 Karat Gold (2014)

One Track Mind: Stevie Nicks, “Twisted” from 24 Karat Gold (2014)

’24 Karat Gold’ gives Stevie Nicks a chance to finally get it right with “Twisted.”

Leonard Cohen – Popular Problems (2014)

Leonard Cohen – Popular Problems (2014)

He remains a mystery, as misunderstood as his most famous song, as purposeful in his third act as he is utterly aware of the creeping shadows all around.

Marty Walsh – The Total Plan (2014)

Marty Walsh – The Total Plan (2014)

Guitarist Marty Walsh shows he has the total package on a new album called ‘The Total Plan.’

Phil Collins on returning to the drums, reunion with Genesis: ‘I don’t miss it, no’

Phil Collins on returning to the drums, reunion with Genesis: ‘I don’t miss it, no’

Phil Collins has been slowing moving back into the spotlight lately, though it’s been as a vocalist rather than a drummer.

One Track Mind: The Who, “Be Lucky” from Who Hits 50 (2014)

One Track Mind: The Who, “Be Lucky” from Who Hits 50 (2014)

A new song from the Who? We should be so lucky, right?

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969): On Second Thought

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969): On Second Thought

Simultaneously the Beatles at their best, and the sound of a band disintegrating.

Random Shuffle: Peter Cetera, the Beatles, J Mascis and a pile of bootlegs

Random Shuffle: Peter Cetera, the Beatles, J Mascis and a pile of bootlegs

Mat Brewster shares thoughts and memories as random music goes by.

Form and Mess – Form and Mess (2014)

Form and Mess – Form and Mess (2014)

Form And Mess thrives on the extreme limits of rock and jazz.

‘It belongs to the world': Daryl Hall’s surprising choice for favorite Hall and Oates cover

‘It belongs to the world': Daryl Hall’s surprising choice for favorite Hall and Oates cover

He says “as long as you pay me, do whatever you want, you know?”

Pete Molinari, folk-rock modernist – Something Else! Interview

Pete Molinari, folk-rock modernist – Something Else! Interview

He questions the idea of originality anymore, but his music makes the case.