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Bob Dylan's 'Bootleg Series Vol. 12' Brings 'Blond on Blond,' 'Highway 61 Revisited' Outtakes

The next installment of Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series is a doozy. The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12 is set to bring us alternate versions and outtakes from some of Dylan's most iconic recordings including Bringing It All Back Home, ...

Longest Gaps Between Albums: Dr. Dre, Kraftwerk, Jeff Lynne and More

Dr. Dre finally did away with all the conjecture last week when he released Compton, a follow-up to 2001 that 16 years in the making (his last album, despite its title, was dropped in 1999). That span marks two years longer than the time it took Axl ...

7 Bands Keith Richards Hated (at the time): Led Zeppelin and The Beatles(?)

Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones surprised the world this week when he claimed in an interview that The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'—what many consider to be the best album of all time—was a "mishmash of rubbish." Few ...

Prepare for 'The Wall' with The Best Pink Floyd Concert Videos; 'Pompeii,' 'Live 8' and More

Good news for Pink Floyd fans, as it was announced that Roger Waters' The Wall will be broadcast in more than 300 U.S. movie theaters this fall. "The Wall" has been rightly hailed as one of the greatest touring shows in the history of rock music and, ...

70 Years of John Fogerty: Ranking CCR Frontman's Best Songs by Decade

Happy 70th birthday to John Fogerty, the vocalist and guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival and his own solo act. Although he's best known for his time as frontman for CCR, Fogerty has been working as a musician for the nearly 40 years since his ...

Jimi Hendrix Highest Paid Act at Woodstock With $18,000: See What The Band, The Who and Janis Joplin Earned

Jimi Hendrix already had three groundbreaking releases under his belt before heading to Woodstock in 1969 to dazzle more than 400,000 people. He joined acts like The Band, The Who and Janis Joplin, among others, and the event has gone down as one of ...

Bob Dylan's 5 No. 1 Albums: You Won't Guess Which of His Classics Didn't Top the Billboard 200...And Which Did

Sometimes musical history makes sense, such as when The Beatles—by all means the greatest act in the history of modern music—also has the record for most no. 1 albums of all time, with 19. Sometimes musical history makes less sense in terms of ...

Bob Dylan Reveals Tracklist, Release Date For New Album 'Shadows In The Night'

Back in October, Bob Dylan confirmed that his next studio album Shadows in the Night, a collection of Frank Sinatra covers, would be released at some point in 2015, and today, Dec. 9, Dylan has revealed more details about the album, including its ...

Bob Dylan Gives First Audio Interview in 10 Years for Showtime Documentary About the 'Basement Tapes' [LISTEN]

A period of Bob Dylan's illustrious career has been revisited recently with two releases. Dylan put out "The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11" and a supergroup comprised of Marcus Mumford, Jim James, Elvis Costello and others ...

9 Bands Whose Drummers Sing Lead: The Band, The Eagles and More

When the lead singer of a band also plays an instrument, it is nearly always guitar or piano, and often bass guitar as well, but rarely do you see a lead singer playing drums. These nine bands, however, broke this trend by having their drummers sing ...

6 Albums Named After The Place Where They Were Recorded: The Beatles, Bob Dylan, And More

The location of a recording session can often have just as much influence as the musicians who are performing, which is something that these artists knew very well. Here are six albums named after the place where they were recorded.

U2's 'Songs of Innocence' Gets Five-Star Review from Rolling Stone: What Other Recent Albums Earned Perfect Scores?

A rare occurrence happened on Thursday: Rolling Stone gave a five star rating to U2's new album, Songs of Innocence. Check out the other five recordings released during the last year that also merited the five-star treatment.

Bob Dylan To Release Complete 'Basement Tapes' Sessions In Six-Disc Box Set

Bob Dylan and The Band's legendary The Basement Tapes is one of the most revered albums in rock history, a rough collection of basement-recorded originals, covers, and traditional songs that helped popularize Americana music. Though the original 1975 ...

Bob Dylan-Inspired Hotel Opens In Woodstock, New York

A hotel inspired by Bob Dylan's life recently opened in Woodstock, New York, just a few miles from where the singer used to record on Route 28 with The Band and close to the namesake festival that took place there in 1969, Billboard reports.

12 Album Titles That Describe The Music: R.E.M., Tom Waits, And More

A good album title should always suit or complement the music that it represents, but some artists create album titles by literally describing the music itself. Here are twelve album titles that describe the music.

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