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Neil Young’s “Tuscaloosa” Featuring Tim Drummond Now Available
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Neil Young’s “Tuscaloosa” Featuring Tim Drummond Now Available

The early ’70s were a high point for Neil Young. 1972’s “Harvest” is often heralded as his most popular album, and 1973 had his first live album, “Time Fades Away.” Now a new document of that timeframe has come to light with “Tuscaloosa,” featuring Tim Drummond.

Miles Davis and Great Bassists: The Warner Bros. Years, Remastered
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Miles Davis and Great Bassists: The Warner Bros. Years, Remastered

Lovers of the Warner Bros. era of jazz trumpeter/composer Miles Davis’ career, which began in the mid-1980s, can delight in a definitive 8-CD box set called The Last Word – The Warner Bros. Years. The of remastered music covers the Tutu, Amandla and Doo-Bop albums, and the Dingo and Siesta soundtracks. The set also includes a 1986 Miles Davis Octet...

In Memoriam: Tim Drummond
In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Tim Drummond

Another fantastic session bassist has left us. Tim Drummond, who worked with artists ranging from James Brown to Bob Dylan to Neil Young, has passed away at the age of 74. A cause of death has not been announced. Drummond was born in Canton, Illinois in 1940. He honed his craft in the clubs around Cincinnati, Ohio where he would...

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Release “CSNY 1974”, Featuring Tim Drummond
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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Release “CSNY 1974”, Featuring Tim Drummond

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young were having reunion tours as far back as 1974 — their first. The 1974 tour, which included 30 U.S. dates and one at Wembley Stadium in London, has been captured in a 3-disc CD set or Pure Audio Blu-Ray/1 DVD set, called . The sets also come with a long commemorative booklet. Graham Nash co-produced...