Queen once again showcased their ability to play tough hard rock as well as more anthemic material on ‘News of the World,’ released Oct. 28, 1977.
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There’s a labyrinthine quality to “Jokerman,” released by Bob Dylan on Oct. 27, 1983 at part of ‘Infidels,’ that makes it endlessly fascinating.
The Traveling Wilburys’ debut, released in October 1988, featured a should’ve-been-hit that summed up this all-star amalgam’s enduring charm.
Joe Algeri and the Outryders show a commitment to a kind of pop rock that, no matter what the fad of the day may be, will always stir the heart.
Tim Kuhl, “Wave (of Dreams), remixed by Wilco’s Mikael Jorgensen” (2015): Something Else! exclusive stream
Wilco keyboard player Mikael Jorgensen transformed Kuhl’s Euro-pop song “Wave (of Dreams)” into something move-inducing and a little intriguing as well.
‘Mystery to Me,’ released this week in 1973, included a standout moment that pointed the way to Fleetwood Mac’s charttopping promised land.
Warren Zevon’s one-off collaboration with members of R.E.M. in the Hindu Love Gods was filled with comfy cover tunes. But one of them stood out.
In October 1982, as “Open All Night” arrived on ‘H20,’ Hall and Oates were tending toward mechanization and goofy videos. Not here.
Salvador Santana’s “Till The Mornin’ Light” is one of the more accessible tracks on an album that boldly moves from funk to reggae to rap.
“Crosseyed and Painless,” released as part of ‘Remain in Light’ on Oct. 8, 1980, got at something deeper about the ’80s – and the Talking Heads.