With videos of eight of the favorite U2 songs of Pittsburgh musicians.
I've haven't played with it much yet, but it looks interesting.
I got eight out of nine. Black Sabbath is not my jam.
And I think I need to see the reissue of D. A. Pennebaker's, "Monterey Pop".
An enormous playpen for fans of the Dead. If you have the time you can choose which one of the 340 versions of China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider you like best.
Here's the very fine version voted best of the 111 versions of "Franklin's Tower". (Garcia: Mannnnnn.)
("Roll away the dew" is explained here. How many rock-and-roll songs do you know that reference Ben Franklin?)
"A Song-by-Song Commentary/Analysis of Every (*More or Less) Song Written and Published by Paul Simon."
The science says, "Yes."
"Suspicious minds: why Elvis's posthumous popularity is plummeting".
"BBC documentary charting Neil's career from his first experiences in Canada through his trip south and his time with Buffalo Springfield, CSNY and Crazy Horse." [57 minutes]
Interesting and potentially useful: all manner of poor behavior can be excused if you're "just about the music".