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  • Keith Richards: The 40th Anniversary Interview

    Keith Richards: The 40th Anniversary Interview | ARTICLE

    You're still here.You noticed. You've lived through some very interesting times. If a fifteen-year-old were to ask you what the Sixties were like, what...

    May 3, 2007 11:35 AM ET
  • The Rising

    The Rising | ALBUM REVIEW

    The heart sags at the prospect of pop stars weighing in on the subject of September 11th. Which of them could possibly transmute the fiery horror of that day with the force of their art, or offer...

    July 30, 2002 12:00 AM ET
  • Purple Rain (Soundtrack)

    Purple Rain (Soundtrack) | ALBUM REVIEW

    The spirit of Jimi Hendrix must surely smile down on Prince Rogers Nelson. Like Hendrix, Prince seems to have tapped into some extraterrestrial musical dimension where black and white styles are merely different aspects of the same...

    April 13, 2000 12:00 AM ET
  • Now and Zen

    Now and Zen | ALBUM REVIEW

    This record is some kind of stylistic event: a seamless pop fusion of hard guitar rock, gorgeous computerization and sharp, startling songcraft. Now and Zen, Robert Plant's fourth solo album, is so rich in conceptual invention that...

    March 10, 1988 12:00 AM ET
  • The Rolling Stone 20th Anniversary Interview: Bob Dylan

    The Rolling Stone 20th Anniversary Interview: Bob Dylan | ARTICLE

    Did you start out wanting to be a star?Not really, because I always needed a song to get by. There's a lot of...

    November 5, 1987 1:45 PM ET
  • The Rolling Stone 20th Anniversary Interview: Keith Richards

    The Rolling Stone 20th Anniversary Interview: Keith Richards | ARTICLE

    Rock & roll has obviously been a major force in your life – you've been playing it with the Rolling Stones for a quarter of a century now. Do you think rock & roll has as intense...

    November 5, 1987 12:30 PM ET
  • Dylan Stirs Controversy In Israel

    Dylan Stirs Controversy In Israel | ARTICLE

    It was three in the morning, and Bob Dylan was sitting on the great stone balcony of his hotel suite, sipping a screwdriver...

    October 22, 1987 12:00 PM ET
  • 'Tunnel of Love' LP Due From Bruce Springsteen

    'Tunnel of Love' LP Due From Bruce Springsteen | ARTICLE

    Suddenly, a new Bruce Springsteen album is on the way. It's titled Tunnel of Love, and it is not a collection of songs about American angst and alienation, nor is it a-bristle with arena-rock anthems of the sort that kept 1984's Born...

    September 24, 1987 8:00 AM ET
  • Hysteria

    Hysteria | ALBUM REVIEW

    Metal is by now a kind of folk music, as familiar in its forms as bluegrass or Appalachian balladry. Like folk (and especially like the blues, from which it is distantly derived), metal endlessly reshuffles a legacy...

    September 24, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • The Stones: Is It All Over Now?

    The Stones: Is It All Over Now? | ARTICLE

    Have the Rolling Stones had it? Officially, no. Spokespersons for all sides insist that the Stones are still a unit. But given the...

    May 7, 1987 4:15 PM ET
  • David Bowie: the Rolling Stone Interview

    David Bowie: the Rolling Stone Interview | ARTICLE

    Below is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared in RS 498 from April 23 2001. This issue and the rest of the Rolling Stone archives are available via Rolling Stone Plus, Rolling Stone's premium...

    April 23, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • For the First Time Anywhere

    For the First Time Anywhere | ALBUM REVIEW

    Last September, while rummaging in the mustier reaches of the MCA tape archives in Los Angeles, Steve Hoffman, head of the company's catalog-research-and-development department, came across a long-forgotten box marked "Do Not Use." Inside were some ancient...

    March 18, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • Bo Diddley: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Bo Diddley: The Rolling Stone Interview | ARTICLE

    Below is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared in RS 493 from February 12, 1987. This issue and the rest of the Rolling Stone archives are available via Rolling Stone Plus, Rolling Stone's premium...

    February 12, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • The Everly Brothers: The Rolling Stone Interview

    The Everly Brothers: The Rolling Stone Interview | ARTICLE

    Of the ten acts inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame earlier this year, three are deceased, one's virtually forsaken rock for religion, and most of the rest seem comfortably settled into legend, far from...

    May 8, 1986 12:00 AM ET
  • Empire Burlesque

    Empire Burlesque | ALBUM REVIEW

    Empire Burlesque puts the snarl back in Bob Dylan's music. This is not a case of mere pop-radio playability; Dylan achieved that amid...

    July 4, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • Dylan Rocks Out On New Studio LP

    Dylan Rocks Out On New Studio LP | ARTICLE

    At the end of March, in a control room at New York's Power Station recording studio, Bob Dylan wrapped up the most explosive...

    May 9, 1985 1:15 PM ET
  • Across A Crowded Room

    Across A Crowded Room | ALBUM REVIEW

    Across a Crowded Room is the first Richard Thompson solo album in thirteen years to be released on a major label, and by any standard other than his own it's a very fine record, replete with rollicking...

    March 28, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • The 1984 Music Awards: Bruce!

    The 1984 Music Awards: Bruce! | ARTICLE

    One afternoon last fall, Bruce Springsteen sat sipping a beer in a room at the Sunset Marquis hotel in Los Angeles. He wore blue jeans, cowboy boots, a black leather jacket and a newsboy's cap slouched down...

    February 28, 1985 8:00 AM ET
  • Who's Last

    Who's Last | ALBUM REVIEW

    With Keith Moon on drums, the Who was one of the most exciting live acts in rock history. With ex-Small Faces drummer Kenney...

    February 28, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • Real Live

    Real Live | ALBUM REVIEW

    Bob Dylan's return to musical form on 1983's Infidels album stirred hopes that his next LP might bring him all the way into...

    February 14, 1985 12:00 AM ET
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