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Supertramp’s Crime of the Century set for deluxe reissue: ‘It has a wonderful feel to it’

Supertramp’s Crime of the Century set for deluxe reissue: ‘It has a wonderful feel to it’

Roger Hodgson joins us to discuss 1974’s ‘Crime of the Century.’ Supertramp’s breakthrough album returns as a deluxe reissue in December.

Rock and Roll Highway: The Robbie Robertson Story, by Sebastian Robertson (2014): Books

Rock and Roll Highway: The Robbie Robertson Story, by Sebastian Robertson (2014): Books

Robbie Robertson’s son set out to reshape his father’s life as a children’s tale. He ended up with something that will resonate with everyone.

Cat Stevens, “Tell ‘Em I’m Gone” (2014): One Track Mind

Cat Stevens, “Tell ‘Em I’m Gone” (2014): One Track Mind

Cat Stevens covers Leadbelly’s dark tale of escape, pointing the way to what could have been a very different career path.

Tony Levin says Stick Men will look back with retrospective and tour, then charge ahead

Tony Levin says Stick Men will look back with retrospective and tour, then charge ahead

We caught up with the always-busy Tony Levin to discuss a new Stick Men anthology and tour, and what’s next.

Bob Dylan and the Band, “Dress It Up, Better Have It All” (2014): One Track Mind

Bob Dylan and the Band, “Dress It Up, Better Have It All” (2014): One Track Mind

We review a previously unheard, chin-wagging find from Bob Dylan and the Band’s forthcoming ‘Basement Tapes Complete.’

Kenny Barron + Dave Holland – The Art of Conversation (2014)

Kenny Barron + Dave Holland – The Art of Conversation (2014)

Dave Holland and Kenny Barron sound like two players finishing one another sentences — despite small but important differences in dialect.

Jerry Garcia, “They Love Each Other” from GarciaLive Volume Five (2014): One Track Mind

Jerry Garcia, “They Love Each Other” from GarciaLive Volume Five (2014): One Track Mind

Jerry Garcia returns to the Grateful Dead staple “They Love Each Other” on a new archival release – and we hear this song again, as it once was.

The Band, “You See Me” from Jubilation (1998): Across the Great Divide

The Band, “You See Me” from Jubilation (1998): Across the Great Divide

The Band’s fun run through Allen Toussaint’s soul-lifting “You See Me” underscored an often-forgotten portion of their inestimable legacy.

Kami Thompson, “Careful” from Family (2014): One Track Mind

Kami Thompson, “Careful” from Family (2014): One Track Mind

Kami Thompson leads the Thompson family band through a country-pop romp called “Careful.”

Jimmy Barnes + Joe Bonamassa, Journey’s Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain, “Going Down Alone” (2014): One Track Mind

Jimmy Barnes + Joe Bonamassa, Journey’s Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain, “Going Down Alone” (2014): One Track Mind

Jimmy Barnes is, off these shores anyway, a stone-cold legend — and an all-star cast including Joe Bonamassa, Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain gives him his due here.