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Diving back into the enveloping world of Grateful Dead bootlegs

Searching for answers, 20 years after Kurt Cobain

The Hold Steady put the parties in perspective on 'Teeth Dreams'

Digital overload and Ryan Adams' 'Crossed Out Name'

Beck returns to a distant sound on 'Morning Phase'

Band of Horses strips down on 'Acoustic at the Ryman'

U2 marches back to consciousness with 'Invisible'

How Oasis crossed oceans with 'Definitely Maybe'

Mark Lanegan's solo career receives a fitting retrospective

Bruce Springsteen finds new life in older songs on 'High Hopes'

Lee Ranaldo's guitars speak for themselves in Allston

Llyewin Davis and the gravity of folk music

Stephen Malkmus keeps it weird on 'Wig Out at Jagbags'

Neil Young took an important step on 'Live at the Cellar Door'

Ringing in the new year with The Band

Queens of the Stone Age burn through Boston's Agganis Arena

Glen Hansard brings his voice to Springsteen's 'Drive All Night'

Elcodrive celebrates the long way home at the Narrows

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UPDATED: Jan. 28, 2015

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Elvis Presley was reborn on 'From Elvis in Memphis'
Hot on the heels of the fantastic '68 Comeback Special, Elvis went back home to record songs he could be proud of, and it became a career masterpiece.

Ty Segall topped the musical journey of 2014
In addition to Ty Segall's stunning Manipulator, 2014 saw the return of Sleater-Kinney and great albums from Ryan Adams, Jenny Lewis, Stephen Malkmus and more.

Foo Fighters push boundaries on USA-spanning 'Sonic Highways'
Using history rich recording studios in eight cities as a road map, Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters stretch their comfort zone again on Sonic Highways.

The Faces finally received their due on 'Five Guys Walk into a Bar'
After years of having their music lost in the shuffle, the Faces' 2004 box set Five Guys Walk Into a Bar pulled the best of the band's music together in one spot, and it's a ridiculous listen.

Robert Plant continues his search for the sound on 'Lullaby'
On Lullaby and ... The Ceaseless Roar, Robert Plant comes as close as he ever has to his ideal sound — a futuristic combination of his oldest musical influences.

Ryan Adams sounds relaxed and recharged on his new album
Three years removed from his last album, Ryan Adams sounds recharged on this self-titled return, tackling sounds he hasn't attempted in more than a decade.


Ryan Adams tunes in and plows through the noise in Boston
With his new band the Shining now operating at full speed, there was nothing stopping Ryan Adams from another great show in Boston's Wang Theatre.

Pearl Jam drives small town Moline to madness with 'No Code'
Drawing up a setlist crazy even for them, Pearl Jam pulled out all the stops in their first visit to Moline, Ill., playing their 1996 album No Code in full and going from there.

Jeff Tweedy embraces the hurdles at Berklee
Jeff and Spencer Tweedy are on the road, and the elder Tweedy is finding new spaces and opportunities in his live Sukierae sets, as he did at the Berklee Performing Arts Center.

Tom Petty embraces a fighting spirit at Fenway
In the Red Sox' historic ballpark, Petty and the Heartbreakers blended tough rhythms and new songs with old hits, keeping the crowd enthralled and the music vital.


The Black Crowes' complex recipe for surviving the cold
With temperatures hitting 10 degrees on a good day, there's been plenty of time to hole up in front of the turntable, ready and able to break down some of the Black Crowes' best work.

A million miles into Rory Gallagher's blues
Taking a deeper look into Rory Gallagher's vision of the blues, which was born in Ireland, inspired by Chicago and Cork and channeled as directly as possible.

Saying goodbye to the Allman Brothers Band
News of the Allman Brothers Band playing their final show sparked plenty of memories, both those experienced and those learned from 40-year-old records.

Two nights detailed by Paul Westerberg
The recent Replacements reunion spurred memories of a Paul Westerberg solo show from nearly a decade ago, featuring a funny moment during a not-so-funny song.

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