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Johnny Winter, 'True to the Blues'
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Johnny Winter, ‘True to the Blues: The Johnny Winter Story’ – Album Review

How do you sum up a recording career spanning more than five decades and over 25 albums? There's obviously no foolproof way to do it, but the folks at Legacy have made it look easy with 'True to the Blues: The Johnny Winter Story.'

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Roky Erickson and the Black Angels Psychedelicize Cleveland Audience

It's been a long, often rocky road for Roky Erickson. The psychedelic music pioneer has had his share of problems over the years -- legal, drug and mental among them. But judging from his show at Cleveland's Beachland Ballroom on Feb. 8, he now seems to be embracing his glorious musical past.

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Charles Epting for Ultimate Classic Rock
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The Eagles Soar at Los Angeles’ Newly Refurbished Forum

When it was announced last year that the Eagles would be the first band to play the newly renovated (and formerly “Fabulous”) Forum in Inglewood, Calif., tickets flew out the door.

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The Beatles, ‘The U.S. Albums’ – Album Review

Depending on your level of Beatlemania, the Beatles' U.S. albums are either a lasting corporate scar on the group's legacy or beloved nostalgic artifacts tailored for a specific marketplace. Capitol Records are hoping it's the latter with its 13-disc box set 'The U.S. Albums.'

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Bruce Springsteen, ‘High Hopes’ – Album Review

'High Hopes' is Bruce Springsteen's most disjointed album, and purposely so. Pulled together from various outtakes, cover songs and re-recordings from the past two decades, Springsteen's 18th album is looser and less structurally sound than anything he's released since becoming a star in the mid '70s. And without something more sturdy to hang his music and lyrics on, 'High Hopes' is somewhat aimless.

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Joan Jett And The Blackhearts Thrill In Ohio – Concert Review

The city of Cleveland has always been kind to Joan Jett. Her first band the Runaways was a popular draw at local venue the Agora, where they played many times.

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Boston, ‘Life, Love & Hope’ – Album Review

Boston's sixth album, 'Life, Love & Hope,' is a rather frustrating, confusing affair.

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Neil Young, ‘Live at the Cellar Door’ – Album Review

Unlike Bob Dylan's similarly themed 'Bootleg Series,' the various volumes in Neil Young's 'Archives' haven't stretched out much. Aside from 2009's massive early-career box set and a couple of later concert documents, the albums in Young's ongoing series mostly have been live shows from the first few years of his solo period.

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Bruce Springsteen, ‘High Hopes’ – Song Review

For Bruce Springsteen, what's past is prologue.

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Experience Hendrix LLC / Legacy Recordings
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The Jimi Hendrix Experience, ‘Miami Pop Festival’ – Album Review

At this point, is there anything really worth hearing in Jimi Hendrix's vaults that hasn't been heard before? Forty-three years after his death, and dozens of posthumous albums later, "Previously Unreleased Jimi Hendrix Recordings" doesn't stir as much excitement as it once did...

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Elton John, ‘The Diving Board’ – Album Review

What's left for Elton John to prove? The guy is a knight of the round table. He's sold approximately six gajillion records. He's got a live residency in Las Vegas. Hell, he's even paid tribute to Liberace on the Emmys!

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Sting, ‘The Last Ship’ – Album Review

Sting has never hid his pretensions. In fact, he's gone out of his way to flaunt them, going all the way back to the Police, when he casually referenced Vladimir Nabokov in the band's first Top 10 U.S. hit and then explored Jungian philosophies on the band's biggest-selling album. Things only got worse with his solo career.

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