Listen in as an obscure folksinger first reveals her brilliance. Plus, two books focus on a Beatle’s final decade.
The Boss looks back on his 20th studio album, which includes at least five songs that no fan will want to be without. Plus, Jimmie Vaughan plays the blues.
A box set collects all the albums from the Mac’s noteworthy middle period and Forbert tips his hat to the Father of Country Music.
The veteran folksinger continues his adventurous half-century career with a pair of three-CD sets. Also, an expanded reissue of an Al Stewart album and a soulful holiday CD.
To mark the 50th anniversary of a Dead classic, the group’s label has issued a digital-only collection of demos and outtakes and a remastered CD edition that adds a contemporaneous concert.
Hendrix plays Maui in 1970, a five-CD anthology collects prime material from Walker, and Rowland delivers imaginative covers of pop hits.