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Living Colour

Beating the odds with the Grammy-approved album Vivid in 1988, Living Colour ascended victoriously amidst a heaping handful of black rock bands sent packing...

The Isley Brothers & Santana

Ernie Isley was a hero to a generation of young, bell-bottom-clad guitarists who wore afros and enveloped themselves in soul crooners and the funkiness...

The Allman Brothers Band

What an embarrassment of riches this boxed set offers. Recorded on three nights in September 2004 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, it showcases...

Albert King

“Play it, Steve!” Just a bend, four notes, and it’s instantly recognizable that Sam Moore is summoning Steve Cropper in the Sam & Dave...

Big Star

Big Star’s Third was alternately hailed as one of the darkest albums ever made, a shambling wreck, and an LP that simply should never...

Jimmy Raney

Jimmy Raney was on the cutting edge in February of 1954. The bebop pioneer, known for his work as a member of Woody Herman’s...

The Magpie Salute

This debut album from a 10-piece band is woven together from the smoldering embers of the Black Crowes. Vocalist Rich Robinson, guitarist Marc Ford,...

Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie

When Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac, the group not only had three lead singers in its arsenal (with Christine McVie already...

Muddy Waters and The Rolling Stones

The cup runneth over with Rolling Stones live discs, a heady mix of reissues and new arrivals. Ladies & Gentlemen… is the soundtrack to the...

Mississippi John Hurt

Trying to categorize John Hurt is almost impossible, as he worked in so many traditions: country blues, gospel, and within the larger fabric of...

VG Giveaways

Giveaway #171

Win an autographed edition of “Into The Light” valued at $50! Ace music photographer and VG contributor Jérôme Brunet often shoots images contrary to convention,...
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