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Gold Star Recording Studio: Behind the Scenes of Some of L.A.’s Earliest Rock Hits

It was the place where Phil Spector, the Beach Boys, the Turtles and rockabilly great Eddie Cochran all made hits. We look back at a true rock landmark.

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Micky Dolenz on The Monkees’ Early Days & More: The ‘Lost’ Interviews

Dolenz: ‘It was probably the closest thing to musical theater on TV. It was about this band that wanted to be famous, but on the show we never were famous.’

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Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child Book Coming

The title features discussions with his contemporaries, including fellow musicians and other scene makers. “You’ll be happily immersed… in no time”

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Happy 80th Birthday, Bob Dylan! Fellow Artists Pay Tribute to the Legend

Dylan has been one of the most influential singer-songwriters of the past century. Here, some of his disciples tell their favorite Dylan stories.

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Trakin Care of Business: Hit or Myth?

The columnist says those who are expecting reality on ‘Vinyl’ are missing the point and opines on Grammy tributes and new Neil Young book.

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