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  • Brad Mehldau, Ellis Marsalis and McCoy Tyner at the Greek Theatre

    Brad Mehldau, Ellis Marsalis and McCoy Tyner at the Greek Theatre
    It was ambitious to schedule a jazz show as the Greek Theatre's season finale. But it may have been less the fear of a chilly November night than a sky full of smoke and a weekend of tragedy that kept more music fans from showing up Sunday for the...
  • New CDs: Beck, Kerli and Greg Laswell

    New CDs: Beck, Kerli and Greg Laswell
    Beck "Modern Guilt" (DGC Records) * * * There are many probable reasons Beck made "Modern Guilt," his concise yet deliberately cosmic collaboration with fellow shaggy pop auteur Danger Mouse. He's finishing up a long contract with his record label; he...
  • Ann Powers on 'This Is It': What is the new Michael Jackson single, really?

     
    Michael Jackson's first posthumous release has only been circulating for a few hours and already it's controversial. We shouldn't be surprised: Despite the unified field of emotion that formed during his mourning, the late King of Pop always has been........
  • Getting progressive: The Rock Hall votes in Genesis. Is Yes or Procol Harum next? *[Updated]

     
    Is the impending induction of Genesis the beginning of progressive rock getting its long-denied due from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Or is this just tokenism, a one-time exception made because of all the pop hits Genesis scored......
  • Album review: 'Soldier of Love' by Sade

     
    The refined vocalist takes a more aggressive approach than usual. First, a moratorium: no more mentions of Sade and products for the bath in the same paragraph. The impossibly refined vocalist Sade Adu and her faithful band reinvented singer-...
  • The Tallest Man on Earth picks five of his favorite songs, plays First Fridays

     
    Let’s just get it out of the way. The Tallest Man on Earth, the nom de folk of Kristian Matsson, sounds eerily like early Bob Dylan. The pre-Newport, pre-electric Bobby D, with a head haunted by crooked streets and expensive......
  • Long road down

    In a bohemian stretch of Sunset Boulevard that winds through Silver Lake, there's a stereo repair shop with an exterior that seems, for some, oddly familiar: The coiling red and blue lines on its external wall served as the cover for an album by a...