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Susanna Hoffs and Matthew Sweet Are “Under the Covers”

The Bangles co-founder and an Athens singer-songwriter put their spin on The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, and The Velvet Underground.

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“Station to Station” Was Yet Another Reinvention for David Bowie

This 1976 album connects Bowie’s plastic-soul era to the Berlin trilogy that would follow.

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The 7-Day Fusion Challenge

For some, “fusion” is a dirty word. It’s time to reconsider. Start your week with Stanley Clarke; end it with Herbie Hancock — and then decide.

The Moody Blues Secured Their Place in Rock With “A Question of Balance”

This 1970 album was a radical departure for The Moodies before they went on to become one of the premiere live acts of their generation.

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The Best 10 Songs by Jackson Browne You May Have Never Heard

Just listen to “Looking Into You” and “Two Of Me, Two Of You” for starters.