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10 Greatest Power Pop Songs

Its origins reach back to the early Who. But during the golden era of power pop – 1972-’81 – these 10 songs were as incandescent as pop-rock can be.

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Roger Daltrey on Woodstock, ‘Tommy’: Career-Spanning Interview

He talked to radio legend Dennis Elsas about The Who’s first U.S. shows, finding his voice via the 1969 rock opera, his road to Woodstock and Keith Moon’s hotel mayhem

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Jon Anderson Talks ‘1000 Hands’ Solo LP, Tour, ARW

His voice sounds terrific on his album, 30 years in the making. He’s got big plans: “You always want to put on a good show. I want to really get it right”

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Jesse Colin Young Talks Youngbloods

The singer-songwriter discusses his early folk days and the history of the Youngbloods, from ‘Get Together’ to ‘Elephant Mountain’ and beyond.

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J. Geils Talks About His Former Band: Last Interview

The guitarist, born John Geils, Jr., left the band several years before he passed. “I wish them well. I don’t know how they feel about me”

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10 Essential Rolling Stones Blues Songs

With the release of the Rolling Stones’ ‘Blue & Lonesome,’ we take a look back at highlights of their blues-drenched catalog.

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Pete Townshend’s Smashing Guitar Legacy

In their early years, The Who were known for frequently smashing – and breaking – their instruments at their concerts. Cartoonist David Skinner lampoons it

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Will The Kinks Ever Reunite? You Really Got Me

The contentious yet loving siblings, Ray and Dave Davies, have discussed a reunion from time to time in the press. Rabid fans hope they will return

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Beatles 1968 Photos From Pattie Boyd, Revealed

A rare group of photographs documenting the group’s historic visit to Rishikesh, India, in 1968, have surfaced in a portfolio compiled by George Harrison’s former wife

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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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