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The 12 Grades of Back to School Songs

Hey kids! It's Back to School Time! Here's a look at the 12 Grades of Back to School Songs. Let's hope your class is better than Glenn Ford's class in the 1955 classic Blackboard Jungle was.

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Classic Front-to-Back Album: Hall & Oates - Abandoned Luncheonette

Hall & Oates - Abandoned Luncheonette: Before John Oates became Darryl Hall's trusty, and smirky, sidekick in all of those ubiquitous Big, Bam Boomtastic MTV videos in the 1980s, there was this humble soul duo from Philadelphia with phenemonal voices who wrote great songs that not a lot of people heard.

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Approximately 10 Questions With Master of Sound Ken Scott

Legendary producer/engineer Ken Scott talks about the state of the music industry, working with George Harrison and much more.

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7 Myths That Are Destroying the Live Music Experience

This is just not just another rant about cheap earbuds, mp3s and the ubiquity of music to the point we are desensitized to it. No, I’m afraid it’s much worse than that. That bastion of the music lover – the live concert – is now pretty much a waste of time.

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Nineteen Songs That Changed the World

Politics, culture and history are all intertwined and held together with a glue called music. Certain songs stand out from all the rest as disruptive forces that change things in such a way that the reverberations from the disruption are felt years afterward. Here are 19 of those songs.

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The Resurgence Of Vinyl From A Human Point-of-View

In the last twenty years if you wanted to own a business with flat growth in the best of years and steeply declining revenue in every other year, you would have owned a record pressing plant. That's why by the dawn of this century there were only half a dozen or so pressing plants in the US cranking out vinyl for DJs and the occasional nostalgia piece.

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