Bob Dylan


  • The Last Waltz: The Band’s Final Curtain Call

    On November 25, 1976, The Band took the stage at San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom for what would be their final performance, an event that would come to be known as “The Last Waltz.” This concert, however, was more than just a swan song for one of rock’s most influential groups; it was a monumental celebration…

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  • How I Became an Audiophile

    “Sometime in the 1990s that slumbering beast within, audiophilus obsessivus, awakened.”

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  • Bob Dylan’s Prophetic Strains: Crafting ‘The Times They Are A-Changin”

    In the musical crucible of New York City, on a day woven into the fabric of rock folklore, Bob Dylan, a lyrical architect of the times, entered Studio A of Columbia Recording Studios with a message reverberating with the echoes of change. October 24, 1963, marked the day — a day where the crisp autumn…

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  • The DUALITY of SinĂ©ad O’Connor

    It wasn’t, obviously, all agony. But that press conference—it was a rare moment of placidity in a timeframe of incidents.

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  • Summer Jam at Watkins Glen: An Unprecedented Event in Rock History

    On July 28, 1973, an event that would leave an indelible mark in the annals of rock history unfolded at the Watkins Glen Grand Prix Raceway in Watkins Glen, New York. Dubbed the Summer Jam at Watkins Glen, this one-day music festival gathered an unprecedented crowd, setting a Guinness World Record for the “largest audience…

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  • The Night Bob Dylan Plugged In: Newport’s Shock Waves Still Reverberating

    In a world ruled by the sweet and somber strums of acoustic guitars, there came a night when one man dared to buck the system. That man was Bob Dylan, and the date was July 25, 1965. The world of folk music, and indeed the wider spectrum of popular music, was about to be forever…

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  • Michael Fremer bares all in exclusive interview with PMA Magazine, Pt 3/3

    Even Mikey admits that the sound of digital playback has come a long way since its nascent ear-bleeding days. Still, is there an entry-level vinyl setup available today he thinks can beat the sound of even the most expensive digital front-ends?

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  • MICHEL PETRUCCIANI: THE MONTREUX YEARS

    BMG & THE MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES THE NEXT RELEASE IN THE MONTREUX YEARS SERIES.  A COLLECTION OF MICHEL PETRUCCIANI’S FINEST PERFORMANCES AT THE MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL FROM 1990 – 1998. PRE-ORDER LONDON, WEDNESDAY MARCH 1, 2023 – BMG and The Montreux Jazz Festival have today announced the release of “Michel Petrucciani: The Montreux Years”…

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  • MoFi’s In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida and Truth reviewed, Pt 1

    By 1968, the sweet Summer of Love was long gone, but the strong scent of acid still permeated the airwaves within the burgeoning, quickly-evolving rock scene.

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  • PACO DE LUCĂŤA: THE MONTREUX YEARS

    A SHOWCASE OF PACO DE LUCĂŤA’S MOST MESMERISING MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL LIVE PERFORMANCES BETWEEN 1984 to 2012 PLUS LINER NOTES FROM JOHN MCLAUGHLIN & RARE PHOTOS OF PACO DE LUCĂŤA’S TIME AT MONTREUX PRE-ORDER HERE. London Wednesday 18 January 2023 – BMG today announces the next instalment in The Montreux Years series with “Paco De…

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