A new two-CD set delivers terrific Rolling Stones performances from 1963 to 1965. Plus, releases from Belle & Sebastian, Logan Magness, Piramid Scheme, Western Centuries, and the Claudettes.
A new album, available in various audio and video configurations, offers the first-ever live performance of the Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers album. Plus, reviews of new releases from the Wailin’ Jennys, Jenn Rawlin
A 50th anniversary limited edition offers listeners a chance to discover—or upgrade their copies of—an underrated 1967 LP.
The authors of the mind-bogglingly comprehensive All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Beatles Release (2013) and Bob Dylan: All
The Woodstock and Monterey Pop films offer quite a flash from the past, but if you want to know how
On a superficial stylistic level, Some Girls fits right in line with the Stones’ other recent releases. “Miss You,” for