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Song Beneath the Song: “Norwegian Wood” by the Beatles

At last, the strange last verse of the Beatles’ best song is explained. Continue reading

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Paul is Still Not Dead: My Middle-aged Mania for Late-stage McCartney

Rumors of Paul McCartney’s creative drought are greatly exaggerated. Mark Donato brings us up to speed on Macca’s remarkable and largely unremarked-upon (until now) output these last couple of decades. Continue reading

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This Is Where the Conversation Goes Wrong

Lobbing an opinion bomb is a delicate operation Continue reading

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“Beatles vs. Stones”: The Mythology of Rock’s Greatest Rivalry

Author John McMillian has unearthed the real story behind the rivalry between rock and roll’s two greatest heavyweights. Author (and longtime Stones man) Tyler McMahon turns in his review to let you know if it’s time to raise the lighter or to head for the exits. Continue reading

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Rock and Roll Coffee: An Interview with Al Jourgensen

J.M. Blaine sits down with Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen for a no-holds-barred discussion of Ministry, Buck Owens, politics and going to church on Sunday. No foolin’. Continue reading

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