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The Beatles U.S. Albums

It is perhaps only inevitable marketing to see the Beatles US Albums out in line with the fiftieth anniversary of the Fab Four’s first visit to America. Unlike the previous release of The Beatles Capitol ...

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Dave’s Picks Vol. 8, Dick’s Picks Vol. 21, Garcia Live Vol(s) 1-3

Heading toward the twentieth anniversary of Jerry Garcia’s death and the ostensible passing of the Grateful Dead, the band’s legacy has never loomed larger in the history of contemporary rock and roll. The remaining members’ ...

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Tommy Bolin: The Definitive Teaser Collector

Just as there was much more than meets the eye to Tommy Bolin, so is there much more than meets the eye to The Definitive Teaser Collector’s Edition. Enclosed in a slipcase of distinctly budget ...

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The English Beat: The Complete Beat

English Beat were not the first of the Two-Tone groups--that honor goes to The Specials--but the Dave Wakeling-led band nurtured an eclectic style that broadened their appeal beyond the bounds of their peer bands from ...

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Rory Gallagher

The entire audio discography of Rory Gallagher has been re-released during the course of 2011 under the aegis of the late guitarist’s family, rightfully acknowledging the work of iconoclastic musician whose work is growing in ...

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Rory Gallagher

An unsung member of the late 60's guitar gods including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page, Rory Gallagher’s profile has risen dramatically in the years following his untimely death in 1995. His stubborn integrity, ...

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John Lennon Remasters

Despite the erratic nature of his solo output, John Lennon garnered almost as much respect and reverence on his own as he did as a Beatle. It’s arguable that his extra-musical activities, such as the ...

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Robin Trower, Lou Reed, The Guess Who

In terms of musical culture, the Roman calendar could not accurately document when the 70's turned into the 80's. The explosion of experimentalism that ran through rock, jazz and pop during the latter part of ...

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Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced, Axis:Bold As Love, Electric Ladyland, Smash Hits, First Rays of the New Rising Sun

There's a tremendous irony arising from the plethora of posthumous Jimi Hendrix releases following his unexpected death in 1970.  The early Alan Douglas productions, a steady stream of shoddy bootlegs, the MCA repackages in 1993 ...

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Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Charles Mingus Tito Puente

The 60's are commonly regarded as a period of unparalleled artistic adventure, but, for both rock and jazz, the foundation for experimentalism was solidly laid in the previous decade. Each of these double-CD 'Legacy Editions' ...

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