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Fun Song Facts: Boston “Don’t Look Back”

Boston –  “Don’t Look Back” Peaked in the Top 5 in September 1978. The title track of Boston‘s second album was the last to be recorded. Written by guitarist Tom Scholz, who holds an engineering degree from MIT. Brad Delp multi-tracked all the vocals. The arena rock classic ran just under six minutes on the album; the single was nearly […]

The Revolution

The Revolution, Prince‘s backing band from the late ’70s through the mid-’80s, visits New York Thursday and Friday night. Guitarist Lisa Coleman and drummer Bobby Z are two of the musicians who helped create Prince’s memorable music and now help sustain it. Their shows tap a wide range of emotions. The Revolution will continue to tour the U.S. for the remainder […]

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Monkees Holiday Album

The Monkees‘ first-ever holiday album arrives on October 12th. The Monkees Christmas Party not only has new recordings from Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork, it adds vocals from the late Davy Jones. The playlist includes songs like Paul McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmastime.” Jones appears on “Silver Bells” and “Mele Kalikimaka,” where his voice is backed by fresh instrumentals.