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For the musical Indiana Joneses amongst us, 2012 has already yielded a number of artifacts for the ages — and we’re but half way done.
Paul McCartney’s ongoing reissue series has already produced sparkling new archival takes on McCartney, Ram, Band on the Run and McCartney II. Up next: His sprawling triple-album Wings Over America
Though more recent fare has been well received, there was once little Paul McCartney could do to quell the tide of vitriol from rock critics when it came to his solo work.
Progressive music simply dominated the Top 10 for May 2012, as readers celebrated new music (and interviews!) from Squackett, UK, Asia and Spectrum Road.
Four words can best sum up Paul and Linda McCartney’s 1971 album Ram: “Heart of the Country.”
New Music Monday brings a dizzying array of fresh items from the likes of Bob Wayne, Garbage, Great White, Joe Bonamassa, Kill Devil Hill, Slash and Sonny Landreth
An overlooked precursor to the current handmade-pop phenomenon, Ram was initially criticized for everything that makes it sound unexpectedly bold, fascinatingly unedited and utterly misjudged today.
We’ve already seen the remaining members of the Beatles convene to complete two of the late John Lennon songs, as part of their mid-1990s anthology series. Now, Paul McCartney could be approached to do it again with one of George Harrison’s unfinished works.
Something Else! sneek peek: Preview video, photos and audio streams from Paul McCartney's Ram reissue
Paul McCartney’s deluxe edition box set of 1971′s Ram is set for release on May 22, 2012, and to celebrate we’ve got two brand new track streams and photos to share!