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What's Happening Around The World
It's that time of year again, finally! Are you ready for the summer? Here's ten compilations that'll slake your thirst for surf, drag, shag, soul, pop, and almost any other ...

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thesweet.jpgThey were bubblegum ex-mods who seemed destined for pop stardom, but the Sweet had more on their mind, fighting the good fight to rock out properly on tracks like "Ballroom Blitz" and "Fox on the Run," in the process helping to invent glam rock (and, later, becoming a huge influence on "hair metal"). But this UK quartet also had some prog-rock tendencies, and they had to fight to explore those too. Read all about the music and career of The Sweet in my latest profile.

iketina60Even though it didn't have a name yet, soul was absolutely a thing by the turn of rock and roll's first decade, a natural response to the taming of postwar rhythm and blues and the general silliness of pop radio. And in 1960 it was, unsurprisingly, coming from the "blackest" areas of the American urban landscape -- New Orleans, Chicago, New York, St. Louis, Detroit. Little did the first generation of rock and rollers realize that yet another wave of raw R&B was coming... and this one was so real it was nearly impossible to water down. Here are the best of 1960's R&B classics.

A Memorial Day special: songs about and for the troops. Wherever you come down on America's wars - or war in general - everyone recognizes rock and roll's occasional ...

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keepcalmsummerSummer's almost here, and the time is almost right for... well, whatever you like, you can find it on this summer music playlist. Songs about sunny days, beach culture, school vacation, picnics, girls, and just about anything else you can think of regarding the warm months. Download the songs right from here and assemble an ultimate summer playlist as background for whatever you've got planned!

beatlesqueenmbe.jpegA special series to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of US Beatlemania: the history of the Beatles in timeline form, showing how the most famous band of all time got their fame and then grew beyond it.

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nancysinatra.jpgShe was born into pure pop royalty, but Nancy Sinatra nonetheless crafted her own unique persona -- campy but tough, sexy but fun, quietly subversive -- in music, TV, and film, eventually inspiring a generation of female pop stars who wanted to take control of their own images. Read all about the life, music, and career of Nancy Sinatra right here in my latest profile.

isleybrosshoutlpThe story goes that rock and roll was dead by 1959, what with many of its pioneers already in jail, in the service, back in the church, or suddenly off ...

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The "Jazz Fest" -- as the annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is known to participants -- does indeed celebrate the music the Crescent City birthed. However, it also provides plenty of evidence for its contributions to rock and roll, R&B, blues, funk, swamp pop, hip-hop, and more, and there are always lots of non-jazz headliners. Want to see the fest from an oldies fan's point of view, arranged so that you don't miss a note? Check out this handy day-by-day, minute-by-minute guide to the second week of the 2014 Jazz Fest, designed to give you the best possible oldies experience.

mothersday.jpgShe deserves some special music on her special day, so open up this playlist of classicsongs about mothers,motherly advice, and motherly love... an original playlist of songs for Mother's Day or any time you'd like to show Mom what she means to you. The mp3s on this Mother's Day playlist are available right here!

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