• The Best of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    The Best of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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    Led Zeppelin: Shadows Taller Than Our Souls

    Author Charles R. Cross delivers a unique and detailed account of Led Zeppelin‘s recording history — one platinum-selling record at a time.

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    Les Paul

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  • Foo Fighters

    Foo Fighters

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    Merri Cyr tries to catch lightning in a camera lens in this re-issue of her 2002 scrapbook of intimate reflections on legendary musician Jeff Buckley. S D Green wonders if Buckley was ever really here at all.

  • Pat Wilson of Weezer

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  • Amplified Heat

    Amplified Heat

    How Do You Like The Sound Of That (Arclight). Review by Jen Cray.

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