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‘A great time to look back on': Nick Mason mulls over his favorite Pink Floyd era

‘A great time to look back on': Nick Mason mulls over his favorite Pink Floyd era

It was a period, he says, when “the expression ‘musical differences’ hadn’t been invented.”

‘Jesus, did I do that?': John Lennon heralds Beatles’ demise with Live Peace in Toronto

‘Jesus, did I do that?': John Lennon heralds Beatles’ demise with Live Peace in Toronto

The gold-selling album also marked the debut of a future prog legend.

‘I was dancing at the edge of danger': An historical figure sparked one of Stevie Nicks’ best new songs

‘I was dancing at the edge of danger': An historical figure sparked one of Stevie Nicks’ best new songs

Not long after writing this, Nicks finally checked herself into the Betty Ford Clinic.

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Covers, Part 2

Steely Dan Sunday: The Five Best Steely Dan Covers, Part 2

These selections just might surprise you, and in a good way, too.

One Track Mind: Deep Purple, “Space Truckin'” from Live in Verona (2014)

One Track Mind: Deep Purple, “Space Truckin'” from Live in Verona (2014)

Times change, members change, but Deep Purple remains.

‘F**k polish': Graham Nash on Crosby Stills and Nash’s lingering rebel spirit

‘F**k polish': Graham Nash on Crosby Stills and Nash’s lingering rebel spirit

Don’t be surprised if there are, well, a few surprises at their shows.

‘It’s a common urban myth': Micky Dolenz says the Monkees were never meant to be the American Beatles

‘It’s a common urban myth': Micky Dolenz says the Monkees were never meant to be the American Beatles

“If you go to Wikipedia,” he quips, “that’s the kind of thing you’re going to hear.”

An Appreciation: Joe Sample and the Crusaders, “It Happens Everyday” (1977)

An Appreciation: Joe Sample and the Crusaders, “It Happens Everyday” (1977)

Remembering a drop-dead gorgeous tone poem that was so emblematic.

Loudon Wainwright III – Haven’t Got The Blues [Yet] (2014)

Loudon Wainwright III – Haven’t Got The Blues [Yet] (2014)

He talks the language of those his age, but in a way that transcends eras.

‘A classic album that is really timeless': John Oates picks his favorite Hall and Oates moment

‘A classic album that is really timeless': John Oates picks his favorite Hall and Oates moment

“I like some of the more obscure records,” John Oates admits.