The celebrated trumpeter claimed to have changed music five or six times, but he didn’t do it alone.
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Still a dreamily surreal and weightless genre-splicing adventure 10 years later.
The iconic folk-rock duo’s last studio album is still among the best goodbyes in popular music history.
Conor Oberst and co. released two desperately different outlooks on the world around them.
A collection of top-notch works of eclectic complexity and profound storytelling.
A collection sparking a sense of introspection and catharsis from beginning to end.
More daring, diverse, and dangerous than its predecessor, the English rockers’ sophomore effort still deserves our thanks half a century later.