A two-disc compilation
collects and honors the music of the pianist who married odd time signatures
with hit-making melodicism.
comprehensive new guide to the voices that carried the twentieth century's
The latest from the
style-shuffling artist looks to the music of hard times past to sing the blues
for the present.
A joint interview with historian Sean Wilentz (Bob Dylan in America) and music critic
Greil Marcus (Bob Dylan by Greil Marcus:
Writings 1968-2010) on Dylan's career and the courses through history it
A two CD-set of
Dylan's original publishers' demo recordings, including such classics as "Blowin'
in the Wind" and "Mr. Tambourine Man."
A delightfully personal look at the era when Italian voices defined American popular music.
The genius and grandeur of the incomparable tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins is celebrated in text and photographs.
The fabled songwriter and guitarist uses live performances to launch a bracing new set of compositions.
The grown-up anthems of Arcade Fire.
A conversation (with videos) with the author of a new memoir about youth, heartbreak, and the music of the MTV generation.
The boundary-eroding music of M.I.A. mashes the personal and the political with toughness, wit, and beats.
The pianist and composer returns to the keyboard with tunes both classic and fresh.
A critic's recent listening suggest reports of jazz's death have been greatly overstated.
The intricate anxieties of twenty-first century adulthood provide the theme for The National's new record.
Greil Marcus on the elusive trail of Van Morrison's musical genius.
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