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Hear Sly and the Family Stone 'Dance to the Music' at 1968 Show

Entertainment / Music : Rolling Stone: Music

In August 1968, Barret Hanson – the musician and DJ best known as Dr. Demento – reviewed Life, Sly and the Family Stone's third album, for Rolling Stone. Here, he wrote, the band emerged as a "revolutionary force" and greatly improv...

The Rolling Stones' Some Girls in Sound and Print

Music / Jazz : All About Jazz

Some Girls (Rolling Stones, 1978) was the last great Rolling Stones record. Some will argue that Tattoo You (Rolling Stones, 1981) was the last, but Tattoo You was comprised of outtakes from several previous recording sessions going...

10 Folk Albums Rolling Stone Loved in the 1970s You Never Heard

Entertainment / Music : Rolling Stone: Music

The folk scene of the Sixties evolved into the singer-songwriter movement of the Seventies, but it didn't go away. Between 1970 and 1979, Rolling Stone reviewed lots of folk albums: music steeped in old-fashioned, acoustic tradition...

The Rolling Stones Are Recording New Material

Entertainment / Music : BeatCrave

Fans of over the hill rockers, or just rock ‘n roll in general, have reason to (probably) rejoice today—the Rolling Stones are recording new material.  This is great because, hey, it’s the Stones; possibly not so great because, hey,...

10 Blues Albums Rolling Stone Loved in the 1970s That You Never Heard

Entertainment / Music : Rolling Stone: Music

From 1970 to 1979, Rolling Stone reviewed thousands of albums, including hundreds of blues (and blues-rock) records, a few of which technically came out in the Sixties. Some of the best of them — from artists ranging from the travel...

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