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15 Unlikely Covers by Classic Rock Artists

Surprising choices from The Beatles, Judas Priest, the Who, Deep Purple, the Stones, and 10 more unusual versions. Give a listen!

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10 Rock Legends With Just One Top 10 U.S. Single

Our look at the stars whose career features a significant outlier: all of them share a chart oddity… just one Top 10 U.S. pop hit

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America’s Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell: 10 Questions (+ Tour Dates Galore!)

“We’re influenced by the times we live in and the changes we go through growing up. It’s a special thing to be able to reflect those events in a song.”

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Is Smokey Robinson Underrated? An Appreciation

As he begins his ninth decade, we look back at his legendary songwriting and recording achievements, and honors. Yet, it’s possible that he’s still underrated

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Yoko Ono: A ‘Lost’ Interview, From the Dakota

In honor of this true individualist, we present a “lost” interview from 2003, when Yoko was emerging as a dance music star.

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10 Classic Rock Love Songs to Share With Friends

Songs like “Come on Eileen” and a Rolling Stones’ rarity are side-by-side with ones from Bob Dylan, Joe Cocker, Hall & Oates and Foreigner

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16 Classic Double-Sided Smash Singles of the ’60s

Singles, for the most part, housed just one memorable song. That, like so much else, began to change with the arrival of the Beatles.

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17 Must-Reads For Every Hippie’s Bookshelf

If you were a hippie, or still are, we’re betting you are familiar with most of these classics, including several novels, guides, poetry books and more.

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Ray Manzarek on The Doors’ 6 Studio Albums: The ‘Lost’ Interviews

“Robby or Jim would come up with the original idea. But boy, the four of us would get together, change and modify and polish the songs.”–Ray Manzarek

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10 Jazz Singles of the ’60s That Became Hits

Back in the day, record labels released jazz tunes as singles, and sometimes they became huge hits. We revisit 10 classics of the genre from the 1960s

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