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".
Billy is not one of my favorites, but this slam of his critics is entertaining.
Little Steven, still sounding good.
I think I agree that country music is probably better than some genres for tween-agers to listen to, but I don't want to try to get deep insights into life from either.
Country music certainly isn’t perfect: I don’t think I heard a song that used the construction “It doesn’t,” rather consistently reinforcing the incorrect “it don’t” usage. But I’ll take bad grammar in a song about loving your wife over pop culture’s nihilism any day.
Good riddance to them as well as to $18 albums that for me, at least, usually had only one good song.
I thought: all music history or just music we have videos of? Well, theoretically, it's all music history as Beethoven squeezes in between the Sugarhill Gang and Nirvana and other silliness.
But I clicked.
By Spoon. "This song puts me in such a good mood."
"Sir Mix-a-Lot’s surprisingly complex hit turns 25."
Surprise is right. Sorry, I'm not convinced, but your mileage may vary.