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Albums cover George Harrison's ups, downs

The three ex-Beatles not named Ringo each took their turns as punching bags in the early 1970s, starting with Paul McCartney (who announced the Beatles breakup while promoting his first solo album that seems charming now but was considered a huge ...

Prince says let's go crazy in 2 different ways

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In one of the most improbable reunions of the last few decades, Prince is back with the label that he claims done him so ...

Going mono a mano with the Beatles

The pin-your-ears-back moment came on a song I'd heard thousands of times.

Having read of John Lennon's complaint about the stereo mix of "Revolution" ("They took a heavy record and turned it into a piece of ice cream"), I decided to do an A-B ...

Charles Manson musical opens in Hamburg, Germany

Musicals and murderers may not seem like a natural fit, but a number of them have managed to find their audiences. "Sweeney Todd" and "Assassins," both by Stephen Sondheim, are considered classics and are frequently revived. Last season on ...

Chuck Lorre is a man of many sitcom hats

CBS could very well be an acronym for Chuck's Band of Sitcoms, Chuck being Chuck Lorre, the seasoned TV show maker. The band of sitcoms are "Two and a Half Men," "The Big Bang Theory," "Mom" (all of which he created) and "Mike & Molly" (on which ...