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  • Carry On & On!

    July 8, 2014 4:20 PM ET | Yahoo New This Week
     |  Dave DiMartino

    Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: CSNY 1974 (Rhino) While fewer records than ever need to be sold in 2014 to be included in Billboard’s Top 200 album chart, one of next week’s expected hottest records will be this 4-disc set recorded in 1974 by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. It is indeed a fascinating world. That said, this is actually a pretty hip set: The 3 CDs capture the iconic & hirsute dudes at their mid-‘70s commercial peak, which oddly has so far gone strangel...  | More »

  • Video: Kris Allen's 'Prove It to You' Video

    July 7, 2014 4:15 PM ET | Yahoo Reality Rocks

    Season 8 American Idol winner Kris Allen just announced that his fourth full-length effort, Horizons, will come out Aug. 12, and Yahoo Music is excited to premiere the first lyric video from the album, for "Prove It to You," featuring rising Russian singer Lenachka. A lot has happened in Kris's life since the release of his last album, Thank You Camellia, in 2012. He was in a scary car accident that left him with a serious wrist injury; he became a father; he moved to Nashville; he part...  | More »

  • Extremely Thicke!

    July 1, 2014 10:30 AM ET | Yahoo New This Week
     |  Dave DiMartino

    Robin Thicke: Paula (Star Trak/Interscope) Yes, it’s something of a head-scratcher that the always agreeable, upbeat and friendly falsetto-prone Robin Thicke: 1) Has had more than the usual quick-blip-then-it’s-over career—the dude has methodically milked it and then hit the enormo-bigtime with 2013’s Blurred Lines 2) Could give America cause for concern when onstage with Miley Cyrus during the 2013 VMAs and examining her report card, and 3) Could not only publicly sha...  | More »

  • Bootstraps: The Glory, The Grandeur & The Dandy Music

    June 30, 2014 10:25 AM ET | Yahoo Maximum Performance
     |  Dave DiMartino

    Though they don’t have a plethora of live gigs under their belt, or a frenzied following of manic fans trading performance tapes and videos, Bootstraps, still a very young band, are positioned enviably nonetheless. They are very good and only getting better. The L.A.-based group, who recently released their self-titled debut album on the revamped (and consistently tasteful) Harvest Records label, aren’t actually starting from scratch. Like many of today’s more interesting ...  | More »

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