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Springsteen's full-band 'Nebraska,' Neil Young's 'Homegrown' and other shelved projects by major artists
Phish guitarist joined Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi for nearly full recreation of Derek and the Dominos' 1970 LP, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
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The Who record Tommy in London, Hendrix gets mystical at the Fillmore West and the Grateful Dead pose outside 710 Ashbury Street in Baron Wolman's exclusive photos
The Woodstock Music and Art Fair held on Max Yasgur's 600-acre farm was a spectacular accident, an improbable collision of events, energies, and expectations propelled by the promise of rock & roll
Every song used to have one -- including massive pop hits -- but today it's an endangered species. Can old-school shredding ever return to the mainstream?
Fifty years into his relentlessly innovative career, King Crimson leader Robert Fripp is a godhead in a genre he can't stand. In a rare interview, he opens up about his global quest to break out of the "male prog ghetto"
Watch the former Blind Faith bandmates tear through "Voodoo Chile" at the Crossroads Guitar Festival
Hanging with Hendrix, the Who and the Beatles while dating Mama Cass' sister — and more remembrances of Laurel Canyon
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