Rock, Rhythm & Blues

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Rock, Rhythm & Blues


Brooks, Tim, ARSC Journal


Aerosmith, "Back in the Saddle Again," by Martin Popoff, Goldmine Feb 2013, pp.70-72

Baker, Mickey, obit., by Norman Darwen, Blues & Rhythm Feb 2013, p.11

Beach Boys, The, "Step Inside the Beach Boys' World," by David M. Beard, an interview with the reunited members of the band, Goldmine Oct 2012, pp.46-56

Beatles, The, "With a Little Help from Their Friends," by John M. Borack, discusses songs covered by the Beatles, and some later covers of their songs, Goldmine Fall 2012, pp.44-51

Beatles, The, the 1966 "we're more popular than Jesus" controversy, by Brian Ward, "The C Is for Christ: Arthur Unger, Datebook Magazine and the Beatles," Popular Music & Society Vol. 35 No. 4 (Oct 2012), pp.541-560

Bel-Larks, The, "Dreaming with the Bel-Larks," by Steven Kahn, W/D, Echoes of the Past Winter 2012, pp.26-28

Benatar, Pat, "Sugar and Spice, Fire and Ice," by Martin Popoff, based on an interview, Goldmine Nov 2012, pp.38-41

Black Country Communion, "The Great Divide?', by Jeb Wright, interviews with Glenn Hughes and Joe Bonamassa, who have been feuding, Goldmine Jan 2013, pp.26-35

Bloom, Eric (of Blue Oyster Cult), "More Cowbell!!", an interview, by Jeb Wright, Goldmine Feb 2013, pp.46-49

Blunstone, Colin (of the Zombies), "Return of the Zombies," by Chris M. Junior, an interview, Goldmine Mar 2013, pp.36-37

Bonham, Jason, "In His Father's Footsteps," an interview, by Jeb Wright, Goldmine Jan 2013, pp.22-24

Bonniwell, Sean (of The Music Machine), "Sean Bonniwell, 1941-2011," by Gary Burns, Popular Music & Society Vol. 35 No. 5 (Dec 2012), pp.707-709

British Invasion, Groups Featured on Picture Sleeves, by Jeff Marcus, including the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Dave Clark Five, Animals, Kinks, Manfred Mann, Herman's Hermits, Hollies, etc., Goldmine Dec 2012, pp.11-15

Cannon, Freddy, "Rockin' Rebel," by Mike Greenblatt, an interview, Goldmine Fall 2012, pp.32-34

Carroll, Earl (of the Cadillacs and the Coasters), obit, by Tony Watson, Blues & Rhythm Feb 2013, pp.10-11

Costello, Elvis, "His Aim Is True," by John Borack & Olivia Frain, 20 of his "must-hear" tracks, Goldmine Mar 2013, pp.6-9

Crosby, Stills and Nash, "Suite Harmony," by Mike Greenblatt, a sometimes testy interview with Graham Nash, Goldmine Mar 2013, pp.46-56

Danny & the Juniors, "Swan Dive," by Robert Bosco, about the famous group's rise to fame and then their decline when they joined the Swan label, Echoes of the Past Winter 2012, pp.4-10

Dating songs, "Are You Popular? Dating, Gender, and the Double Coding of Rock and Roll," by Harris Friedberg, analyzes 1950s songs including "Wake Up, Little Susie," Popular Music & Society Vol. 35 No. 4 (Oct 2012), pp.501-517

Debonaires, The, by Carl E. Janusek, in "Spotlight on Pittsburgh Talent," W/D of their one 1959 release, Echoes of the Past Autumn 2012, pp.24-26

DePre, Jimmy (oldies disc jockey), "Destination: South Philadelphia," by George L. Frunzi, Echoes of the Past Autumn 2012, pp.19-23

Drive-By Truckers, The, "Stay Out of the Way of the Southern Thing: The Drive-By Truckers' Southern Gothic Soundscape," by Travis D. Stimeling, Popular Music & Society Vol. 36 No. 1 (Feb 2013), pp.19-29

Eddy, Duane, "From Coolidge to Jamie Through the RCA Years," by Howard A. DeWitt & Willy Pauwels Vandenberghe, Blue Suede News Summer/Fall 2012, pp.10-17

English Beat, The, "The Beat Goes On," by Gillian G. Gaar, an interview with Dave Wakeling, Goldmine Dec 2012, pp.26-29

Epstein, Brian, "Beyond the Beatles," by Gillian G. Gaar, Goldmine Fall 2012, pp.67-73

Faces, The, and The Small Faces, "Familiar Faces," by Mike Greenblatt, an interview with members, Goldmine Dec 2012, pp.32-39

Female Artists, "Great Women Singers of the '50s & '60s, Part 5," by Andrew Merey, includes Betty Logan, Babe Zaharias, Bette Anne Steele, Linda Manning, and Eileen Rodgers, W/D, Blue Suede News Summer/Fall 2012, pp. …

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