Music

Tom Petty’s “Fillmore” Album Proves the Heartbreakers Were Always the Best Live Band

Keyboardist Benmont Tench recalls the band’s 20-night stand in San Francisco in 1997

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A Deep Dive Into the Beatles’ “Revolver”

Reassessing the best of the best, with Ringo Starr, Giles Martin, Mark Lewisohn, Mikal Gilmore and Ken Womack

Movies

How the New David Bowie Film “Moonage Daydream” Redefines the Rock Doc

Director Brett Morgen tells us how his own near-death experience informed his unconventional documentary

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Paul McCartney’s Brother Recalls the Beatles’ Early Years

The photographer reflects on 1962, a watershed year for his brother's band

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Mick Jones and Paul Simonon on The Clash’s “Combat Rock,” 40 Years Later

Remembering the band's beloved fifth LP on its big anniversary

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Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland Recall The Police’s Pre-Fame Days

The group's "The Police Around the World" is peak '80s nostalgia

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Bob Dylan’s Archives Get a New Home

We caught up with Patti Smith, Taj Mahal and more at the grand opening of the Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa

Movies

25 Years Later, Reflecting on the Genius of “Trainspotting”

Author Jay Glennie remembers the making of the indie film that became an improbable global phenom

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Ringo Starr, Giles Martin and Michael Lindsay-Hogg Discuss “The Beatles: Get Back”

The drummer, producer and "Let It Be" director recall the fraught birth of the Beatles’ final album, now reimagined as a Peter Jackson docuseries

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“Oasis Knebworth 1996” Captures a Transcendent Moment in Music History

A new documentary captures the Britpop band at the height of its popularity

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Remembering “All Things Must Pass,” When “the Quiet One” Found His Voice

A new box set celebrates the 50th anniversary of George Harrison's iconic solo album

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Jakob Dylan on ’90s Nostalgia and “Exit Wounds,” the First Wallflowers Album in Nearly a Decade

The follow-up to 2012's "Glad All Over" perfectly captures our collective post-pandemic mood