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Radiohead, Family Stone, Baez Among 25 Albums Added To U.S. National Recording Registry

Each year, the U.S. Library of Congress adds 25 recordings that it believes are of historic significance to its prestigious National Recording Registry. This year, The Doors, Joan Baez, The Family Stone and Radiohead are among the chosen albums. ______________________________________________ 1. Vernacular Wax Cylinder Recordings at University of California, Santa...

Radiohead’s OK Computer to be preserved in the US National Recording Registry, like a cat tied to a stick

That’s right: get your slovenly, uncouth asses back to the back of the line, American bands! Once again, Great Britain — a.k.a. “the REAL country” — is providing the world with all the cultural cache it could ever need or want. Since...Show More Summary

Gov’t Mule & Toots Hibbert Share A Reggae Radiohead Cover

Jam-band Radiohead covers are practically a genre unto themselves, and here’s an especially weird one. In 2006, Gov’t Mule, the Southern-rock jam band founded by a couple of Allman Brothers sidemen, played an all-reggae show at New York’s Beacon Theatre. The reggae legend and Toots & The Maytals frontman Toots Hibbert sat in. The band […]

Radiohead Silence

You wouldn’t think it possible for even the tiniest bit of Radiohead news to go unheralded. Fans and critics closely monitor each band member’s releases, no matter how minor. Drummer Phil Selway’s latest EP, a four-song set of outtakes from an earlier solo album, netted a stand-alone review on Pitchfork and feature-length attention from WNYC. Show More Summary

Doors, Radiohead, Joan Baez, Lauryn Hill preserved by Library of Congress

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Albums by The Doors, Radiohead and Lauryn Hill will be preserved by the Library of Congress in recognition of their historical contributions. The giant federal library in Washington on Wednesday named 25 new entries to its National Recording Registry, which will preserve the best available copies to safeguard for posterity. Show More Summary

Newswire: Radiohead, Lauryn Hill, The Doors, and more added to the National Recording Registry

The National Recording Registry, basically The Library Of Congress’ record collection, has added another 25 recordings to its vault for preservation. The Guardian reports that, thanks to popular nominations, Radiohead’s OK Computer will...Show More Summary

Flying Lotus' Visual Designers Talk About Bringing Their Show to Coachella

Some of the best musicians of our time offer elaborate visual accompaniments to their work. Tool, Radiohead, Deadmau5, Bjork and Madonna are just a few popular examples of incredible shows made more memorable with the addition of state-of-the-art visual animations and effects. Among the greatest breakthroughs in concert technology in...

Library of Congress' New Audio Saves: Radiohead, Baez

One of the most broadcast songs of the 20th century, Ben E. King's "Stand by Me," has been selected for preservation at the Library of Congress, along with recordings from Joan Baez, The Righteous Brothers, Steve Martin, and the darker sounds of the band Radiohead. Twenty-five sound recordings spanning from...

Library of Congress Adds 25 Albums and Other Recordings to National Registry — The Doors, the Righteous Brothers and Blind Lemon Jefferson Are Among the Artists; Here’s the Full List

The Library of Congress has announced a wide-ranging list of 25 recordings to be inducted into its National Recording Registry. Among the recordings: the first album by the Doors, along with Radiohead’s “OK Computer,” the Righteous Brothers single “You’ve Lost...

Radiohead, Lauryn Hill, Sly Stone Records Among Those Added To National Recording Registry

Old, classic, and contemporary selections to be archived in the Library of Congress. [ more › ]

The Doors, Radiohead, Joan Baez Added to National Recording Registry

Radiohead's OK Computer, the Doors' self-titled 1967 debut and Joan Baez' 1960 album Joan Baez are among the 25 recorded works that have been selected for inclusion into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry. Lauryn Hill's The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Sly and the Family Stone's Stand!, the Righteous Brothers'...

Radiohead’s OK Computer to be immortalized in the Library of Congress

The band's third album archived for being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” to the musical cannon.

Radiohead's OK Computer To Be Archived in the Library of Congress

According to an announcement made this morning by the National Recording Registry, Radiohead's 1997 smash OK Computer will be preserved in the Library of Congress alongside the Doors' eponymous 1967 debut, Lauryn Hill's The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Joan Baez' Joan Baez, Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate from 1949, and more. Show More Summary

Phil Selway announces US dates with Adem, sends his Radiohead mates nice postcards after each stop

Being part of a high-profile band’s rhythm section must be a bit of a double-edged sword. Especially if you’re trying to forge your own path with a solo project. Philip Selway’s put out two records as a singer-songwriter, including last...Show More Summary

Radiohead: The Bends – a personal retrospective

The Bends_ was a gateway drug for me. Without it, I would never have gone on to listen to their influences: Can, Miles Davies, NEU! and Aphex Twin...

Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, Swans' Michael Gira, Robert Wyatt, More in The Wire Epiphanies Book

Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, Swans' Michael Gira, Robert Wyatt, Lydia Lunch, and Throbbing Gristle's Genesis P-Orridge are amongst the contributors to Epiphanies: Life Changing Encounters With Music, a new book that collects the "Epiphanies" columns that have run in The Wire since 1998, as FACT points out. Show More Summary

Radiohead and Portishead Team Up as "Heads United" for Charity Soccer Game

Philip Selway photo by Deirdre O'Callaghan The Mary Hare Foundation benefits the Mary Hare School, a specialized school for deaf students in Newbury, England. On April 25, they'll hold the Football & Food Festival, a charity soccer tournament. Portishead's Geoff Barrow has put together a team with Radiohead's Philip Selway. Show More Summary

Members of Portishead and Radiohead Combine to Form “Heads United” for Charity Soccer Team

Two of indie rock’s biggest, most serious heads have combined to form Heads United, a charity soccer team. Yeah: Radiohead… Read More

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