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How Jimi Hendrix (May Have) Influenced The Beatles’ “A Day In The Life”

Editor’s Note: We’ve gotten LOTS of feedback about this video — and Scott’s conjecture about Jimi’s possible influence on Sgt Pepper — so Scott just posted a follow up where he responds to the most frequent questions and comments.  Anyway, here’s the original article. We hope

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Your 5 Favorite Albums by The Who

Our post ranking The Who’s studio albums from great to glorious earlier this year yielded quite a spirited debate, some strong push-back, and one largely shared favorite. Many of you stated deeply felt opinions — sometimes vociferously — that differed from our own very personal

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The Rolling Stones Aren’t Just Bluesy, They’re Glam

Finding the Blues in the Rolling Stones is a no-brainer, but if you’re somehow looking for a clue, take note: The band’s name is pulled from Muddy Waters’ “Catfish Blues.” Yet, despite this homage, the Stones are still conventionally considered exemplars of Classic Rock, the

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A Conversation With Sean Beeson: Video Game Composer

There’s something fitting that Sean Beeson has carved out a career in composing music for video games, given that he’s such a passionate gamer himself. Back in 2004 when he was just a sophomore in college, he put up over an hour of his own

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5 More New Albums That Keep the ‘60s Spirit Alive

Not long ago we shared a short tally of 2016 albums by artists bringing a ‘60s influence to the fore. But what we neglected to mention at the time was that we were just getting started. Looking back at last year from this year, we