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10 Grammy Album of the Year Hits & Misses

“And the winner is…” often leads to a lot of head shaking. We’ve identified some that were well-deserved and others that didn’t make sense

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Tom Petty’s ‘American Girl’: Take it Easy, Baby

Though the second single from the Heartbreakers’ 1976 self-titled debut failed to chart on Top 40, its story about the girl alone on the balcony overlooking US Route 441 resonates with his fans

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Recording CSN&Y’s ‘Déjà vu’: Engineer Bill Halverson Remembers

“They had a rule: Whoever writes the song gets final say. And that served them well.”–Bill Halverson, engineer

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Mick Fleetwood Reflects on Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumours’

Of the 1977 album, he says, “there was no way the band was going to survive this. It [ultimately] served as a bonding experience”

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Melanie on ‘Candles in the Rain,’ ‘Brand New Key’ & More

“I was just Melanie, the cute flower child person. To the hip people, the real hipsters, I became the cool person to bash. I don’t know how that happened.”

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Graham Nash in 2014: ‘David Crosby Gave Me Back My Self Confidence’

Famed rock radio DJ Dennis Elsas talks to Nash about recording “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” compiling CSNY 1974 and how Crosby saved his life

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Jefferson Airplane/Starship’s Marty Balin on the Heaven That Was ’67

In this 2015 interview by music journalist Harvey Kubernik, the late vocalist spoke about the early days of the band he co-founded, and much more.

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Remember When a Catholic Nun Had a Rocking ’70s Pop Hit With ‘The Lord’s Prayer’?

The Australian Catholic nun’s surprise hit was just the second Top 10 single in the history of the Hot 100 performed by an active nun

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How Eddie Van Halen Changed Rock Guitar

He is the most influential rock guitarist since his band became superstars in the 1980s, all by just doing what comes naturally.

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Lou Adler on the Making of ‘Tapestry,’ Carole King’s Central Park Concert Film, and More

“I think it’s the soundtrack of a lot of people’s lives,” the legendary producer and Ode Records founder says of the album that, at one point, was the biggest of all time

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