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Nick DeRiso’s Best of 2014 (Rock + Roots): David Crosby, John Oates, Lloyd Cole

Nick DeRiso’s Best of 2014 (Rock + Roots): David Crosby, John Oates, Lloyd Cole

David Crosby, John Oates, Robert Plant, Lloyd Cole and Jackson Browne are among those on Nick DeRiso’s Best of 2014 list for rock and roots albums.

S. Victor Aaron’s Best of 2014  (Part 1 of 4, Non-Jazz): Lucinda Williams, Me’Shell Ndegéocello

S. Victor Aaron’s Best of 2014 (Part 1 of 4, Non-Jazz): Lucinda Williams, Me’Shell Ndegéocello

S. Victor Aaron picks the best of 2014’s non-jazz albums, including Lucinda Williams, Me’Shell Ndegéocello, Drive-By Truckers and others.

One Track Mind: Invisible Familiars, “Clever Devil” (2014)

Quirky musical details lift a new track from members of the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger.

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger – Midnight Sun (2014)

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger – Midnight Sun (2014)

The current musical offering from the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger finds pop/psych/folk/garage troubadours Charlotte Kemp Muhl and Sean Lennon partnering with Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Invisible Familiars

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, “Animals” from Midnight Sun (2014): One Track Mind

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, “Animals” from Midnight Sun (2014): One Track Mind

In 1973, director Alejandro Jodorowsky put together a psychedelic mindfuck of a film called The Holy Mountain that became an underground sensation — in no small part because John Lennon and Yoko Ono put their stamp of approval on it

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, “Moth To A Flame” (2014): One Track Mind

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, “Moth To A Flame” (2014): One Track Mind

An enormous leap forward in both focus and experimental verve, the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger has released a prismatic explosion of psychedelia, woozy but also cut through with vocal sun shards, called “Moth to a Flame.”

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger – Acoustic Sessions (2010)

Featuring this dreamtime folk whimsy and a fabulist band name, The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger sound at times like Syd Barrett, or maybe Simon and Garfunkel. Or, like an ornate, late-night 1960s French pop singer, after perhaps one too many tokes. What they don’t sound like, not really, is John Lennon. And that’s saying something. See, last November’sRead More

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