The Dean of American Rock Critics delves into five decades of writing and music.
Articles by Henry Hauser
On their sixth album, Tony Dekker and co. stick to their own formula and refuse to take any risks.
Eclectic inspirations and plenty of special guests make for a cohesive, beautiful ninth album.
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Still the meanest, and strangest, game of pinball around.
The San Francisco songwriter’s sixth LP is a work of transition and duality.
With a new LP looming, we sort through the band’s six albums of old-timey musicality, Dickensian vocabulary, and highfalutin storytelling.
An album that feels authentic and true, just as country music should.
Ten songs that encapsulate the folky, loud, and weird sides of Neil Young.
Even at his worst, he’s still better than most.
The Kinks’ debut turns 50 this week — and we could talk about it all day and all of the night.
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