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May 12 '13
May 11 '13
Well this practically turned into Duane Allman week, and one of his greatest moments occurred simultaneously with Eric Clapton’s greatest moment, the double-LP masterpiece
. … Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
May 9 '13
Duane Allman’s career was recently tracked on the seven-disc
Skydog box set, but long before that, An Anthology did the trick. Read the review…
May 6 '13
Revisiting the Allman Brothers Band on a not-so-stormy Monday
The Allman Brothers Band were once a constant musical companion, and on an otherwise mundane Monday morning, they came through like it was old times.
May 4 '13
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club push forward in Boston
With a new record and a never-ending sense of purpose, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club took the stage in the House of Blues and worked their dark magic.
Read the review…
Apr 25 '13
The Flaming Lips mine the depths of humanity on their latest record,
The Terror. Read the review…
Apr 24 '13
Big Star never got their due in their prime, but the double-LP documentary soundtrack
Nothing Can Hurt Me tells their story beautifully. Read the review.
Apr 23 '13
25 years after writing odes to drunk high schoolers, Mudhoney has matured while remaining just as rude on
Apr 6 '13
Mad Season - “River of Deceit”
Recorded live at the Moore Theatre, Seattle, on April 29, 1995. This is included on the DVD portion of the deluxe edition of the band’s only album,
Apr 4 '13
Relegated to cult status over time, a deluxe reissue of
Above gives Mad Season a second chance at the glory with their only album. Read the review…