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Teenager Juniper Shelley is making fun music with famous friends including Marshall Crenshaw, and members of Yo La Tengo, the Smithereens and The Muffs.
New Jersey band The Anderson Council has been delivering authentic rock/power pop with hints of the Kinks, the Zombies, DCFive and more. Their new album, “World’s Collide” is worth a listen.
The late engineer’s input on many Beatle classics is legendary. But Geoff Emerick also lent his exceptional talents to the Zombies and prog-rock’s Robin Trower.