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Wilco, 'Cruel Country': Album Review

It was only a matter of time before Wilco got back to where they started. They never really left the Americana roots blend of their earliest records behind; they merely shaped them into new but vaguely familiar forms over the past two decades. From at least 2001's masterpiece, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, forward – and, really, it can be traced back to 1999's Summerteeth, if not before – the Jeff Tweedy-led band has made […]

todayMay 24, 2022 6

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Rolling Stones, 'Live at the El Mocambo': Album Review

Back in 1977, between the ill-fated Black and Blue and the career-rejuvenating Some Girls, the Rolling Stones managed to keep secret, for a little while anyway, their intentions to play a pair of intimate shows at Toronto's famous El Mocambo club. With fans lined up to see local heroes April Wine, via tickets won through a radio contest, supporting act the Cockroaches looked quite familiar once they took the stage.The Stones played […]

todayMay 12, 2022 36

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Timothy B. Schmit, 'Day by Day': Album Review

Much like his band, Eagles, Timothy B. Schmit is not a particularly prolific creature when it comes to putting out music. He's released just seven solo albums during the past 38 years (though more, we could note, than Don Henley, and it's been six years since his last, Leap of Faith, in 2016).But when Schmit does put something out, he usually makes it worth the wait - as is the […]

todayMay 3, 2022 24

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Ann Wilson, 'Fierce Bliss': Album Review

Ann Wilson has never cared to play by other people's rules. The Heart singer has weathered all sorts of showbiz sleaze over the past half-century, swatting away sexist fans and industry veterans at the onset of her career, making "Faustian bargains" to cement a meteoric mid-'80s comeback and helping younger bands navigate the pitfalls of fame at the dawn of the grunge revolution. Wilson has triumphed over decades of adversity and emerged stronger, wiser and […]

todayApril 28, 2022 1

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Rush, 'Moving Pictures' (40th Anniversary Edition)': Album Review

For rabid prog-rock fans, no archival oddity is worth leaving in the dust. The bad news: Rush have always been a tidy bunch, never accumulating much of a scrap pile.“There’s nothing there. There’s nothing left," Geddy Lee told Rolling Stone in 2021, confirming the trio's lack of leftovers. "There might be half-finished demos somewhere where we got halfway through and went, ‘Oh, this song sucks.’ And it never got made.”It's an admirable philosophy: If Rush have recorded […]

todayApril 13, 2022 2