Posts From Jeff Burger

Jimi Hendrix ‘Electric Ladyland’ 50th Deluxe: Review

Half a century after its arrival, the last album Hendrix released before his death is the subject of a fittingly major anniversary limited edition.

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Bob Dylan ‘More Blood, More Tracks’ Review

The latest release in the acclaimed bootleg series focuses on 1975’s Blood on the Tracks album, a fan and critical favorite

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The Ramones’ ‘Road to Ruin’ Deluxe Edition: Review

Today, all four of the group’s original members are dead but the music lives on, and it’s a good deal better than many listeners realized in 1978.

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The Doors ‘Waiting for the Sun’ Deluxe: Review

There’s a lot to like on this third Doors LP, and it’s not difficult to see why it did so well. We review the 50th anniversary edition of their only #1 LP.

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Led Zeppelin’s ‘Song Remains the Same’: Review

If you have the previous reissue, you can probably skip the new one. If you don’t, here’s a chance to experience a much better recording than the original.

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Led Zeppelin’s ‘How the West Was Won’: Review

Finally, a quality live Zep album: The chart-topping three-disc set culls the best material from three June 1972 Los Angeles–area concerts.

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Beach Boys Live Package Delivers Fun, Fun, Fun

Some of the recordings differ significantly from ones we’ve heard elsewhere. Besides, there’s no such thing as too much of the Beach Boys.

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Bob Dylan Rare Performances Live 1962-1966: Review

Dylan’s growth during these years covered is astounding, from traditional folk artist to protest singer to highly original introspective material.

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