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  • Mix-Tape Friday - November 20, 2009

    Crew Mix-Tapes: Garry: 1. I Thank you: Sam and Dave 2. Goin to Acapulco: Jim James and Calexico 3. Bunge in the Jungle: Jethro Tull 4. Look Through Any Window: The Hollies 5. Disco Apocalypse: Jackson Browne Intern Laura: A. You Can't Stop the Beat:...
  • Playlists

    Playlists
    Voyeurism never gets dull. Tabloids have us reveling in celebrity mishaps, but an emptiness always follows. We want to know what really moves the people we admire. Take our ├╝ber-compilation of song lists to elevate the dialogue at your next salon. I mean,...
  • Steven Van Zandt

    Steven Van Zandt
    "Steven Van Zandt is the nation's premier priest of garage rock, spreading the gospel of no-frills, fist-pumping rock roll." -Entertainment Weekly, 2006 On April 7, 2002, coincidentally (or not?) the same date in 1967 that Tom Donahue kicked off...
  • Song of the open road

    The Road. Do you hear the power of those words, all those songs pouring into your head like the dusty stream from a grain silo? Are you suddenly tangled up in blue on the lonesome highway to hell with white-line fever? Of course you are. Because life...
  • Prince reigns at Rock Hall of Fame

    This year's induction ceremony for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame was much like the music industry itself: fragmented, seemingly random and only occasionally exciting. Last year's ceremony's paid tribute to the power of British new wave with inductees...
  • Doo Dah to Throw 'Silver' Parade

    The Doo Dah Parade--that countercultural parody of its more august cousin, the Pasadena Rose Parade--is turning 25 on Sunday. Sort of. As with almost everything Doo Dah, it depends upon your perspective. Though it's been 23 years since the tradition...
  • A Political Son Who Continued to Rise

    He is etched in America's memory as the little boy in the blue coat and the short pants who saluted the bronze coffin bearing his father, the president, as it passed by him that horrible November day in 1963, his third birthday. He seized our imagination...
  • 'Pops' Staples; leader of the chart-topping Staple Singers

    Roebuck "Pops" Staples, who led his family vocal group, the Staple Singers, from gospel music into the forefront of socially conscious rhythm & blues and to the top of the pop music charts, died Tuesday in Chicago. He was 84. Staples suffered a...