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Out Tomorrow: John Coltrane, TRANE: THE ATLANTIC COLLECTION

If you know anything at all about jazz, then you surely must at least have heard the name “John Coltrane” in passing, what with him being one of the most legendary figures in the h...
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Out Tomorrow: ZZ TOP, CINCO: THE FIRST FIVE ALBUMS

Those who came of age as a member of the MTV generation often have a different frame of reference for classic rock artists than those who came up in the generations before them, an...
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5 Things You Might Not Know About Warren Zevon

Why are we writing a post about Warren Zevon? Well, why the hell not? The man was one of the greatest singer/songwriters to break through during the ‘70s, and despite having a few...
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Happy Birthday: Prince

Today is Prince’s birthday, and it still doesn’t seem right that he’s not here to celebrate it with us. To celebrate, we recommend that you blast some of his best tunes in his hono...
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The One after the Big One: George Benson, IN FLIGHT

The laid-back groove of guitarist George Benson's 1976 his "This Masquerade" might have surprised some listeners who heard it on the radio, but it was, in fact, an extension of the...
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Rhino Factoids: John Bonham Scores #1 Greatest Drummer Title from Classic Rock Magazine

12 years ago today, John “Bonzo” Bonham was declared to be in the top spot of Classic Rock Magazine’s list of the top drummers of all time. Given his well-documentary history of be...
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Happy 45th: David Bowie, THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS

45 years ago today, David Bowie released an album that found him adopting the persona of a human-looking, guitar-playing alien who played for time while jiving us that we were vood...
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The One after the Big One: Ambrosia, ONE EIGHTY

The level of musicianship in Ambrosia was such that the band garnered a reputation as one that could "play anything," from the thorniest progressive rock composition to the lightes...
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Make It a Double: Chicago Transit Authority, CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY

In 1969, if you wanted to hear a new band, brimming with confidence, putting their self-assurance to music, all you had to do was drop the needle on the third track of CHICAGO TRAN...
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