The Iconic Pairing of Dylan and Cash — Old time rock and roll

The love for one another’s voice, music, and being is apparent, marking this pair as one of Rock N’ Roll music’s most endearing and lasting friendships.

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R.E.M. Anthology Pt 2

The second half of R.E.M.’s discography began with 5 years of worldwide mega-success. In the US alone their next 3 albums all went quadruple platinum, and they were a permanent fixture of 1990’s radio-waves, as huge hits like “Losing My Religion”, “Shiny Happy People”, “Everybody Hurts”, “Man On The Moon” and “What’s the Frequency Kenneth?” […]

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 “FOR THE LOVE OF YOU-ISLEY BROTHERS”  — All You Need To Know About The Super Group

 

The Isley Brothers Biography | The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum From the Fifties onward, the Isley Brothers have been a musical institution whose prolific career has explored the musical intersection of gospel, R&B, rock, soul, funk and disco. Having been a family-based group since their inception, the Isley Brothers originated with […]

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Prince Album of Previously Unreleased Material Coming in September (EXCLUSIVE) — Variety

Last week, two days before the second anniversary of Prince’s death, his estate released a bounty of new stuff celebrating his work and his relationship with his fans: Not only the previously unreleased — and largely unheard — original version of “Nothing Compares 2 U” and an accompanying video of remarkable rehearsal footage, but also two…

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PRINCE – ” Nothing Compares 2 U “ — The Unheard Version!

 

In 1984, Prince recorded a song called “Nothing Compares 2 U,” which, rather than release it himself, he sent to Paul “St. Paul” Peterson of The Family. The band, which Prince had assembled, recorded the track for Prince’s label, Paisley Park Records, and it appeared on their debut album. But the song remained a largely […]

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