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The Naked Verve - Led Zeppelin Invades Record Store Day

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The Naked Verve - Led Zeppelin Invades Record Store Day

The Naked Verve - Led Zeppelin Invades Record Store Day

They come from the land of the ice and snow, invading Record Store Day April 21 like land-grabbing Visigoths of Yore: Led Zeppelin recently announced its first-ever Record Store Day release, a 7-inch single consisting of unheard mixes of “Rock and Roll” and “Friends.” Both mixes, produced by Jimmy Page, have elevated Record Store Day from a celebration of vinyl to a homecoming as the band emerges from the mists of Avalon to celebrate its 50th Anniversary.

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The Naked Verve - 6 Awesome Vinyl Facts about Jack White

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The Naked Verve - 6 Awesome Vinyl Facts about Jack White

6 Awesome Vinyl Facts about Jack White

Jack White loves vinyl. The man who led the garage rock revival has built a life around a celebration of all things analog, including the glory of vinyl records.

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The Naked Verve Presents...What is Your Favorite Album? Vol. 2

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The Naked Verve Presents...What is Your Favorite Album? Vol. 2

My Favorite Album: “Blackstar,” David Bowie Janice Deal   Blackstar represents David Bowie dying as he lived, creating art on his own terms.   David Bowie has been a part of my life since high school. When he released Blackstar on his birthday in 2016, I was experiencing a renewed interest in his music that had been sparked by the release of his album The Next Day a few years earlier. The David Bowie Is exhibit of his life at the Museum of Contemporary Art in 2014 had also helped me appreciate Bowie as an artist who continues to reinvent...

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The Naked Verve Presents: Six Memorable Musical Moments in Movies

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The Naked Verve Presents: Six Memorable Musical Moments in Movies

Six Memorable Musical Moments in Movies  The popularity of the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtracks reminds us of how well music can enrich a movie’s narrative. Unlike Suicide Squad, which was just a random assortment of songs, Guardians of the Galaxy intelligently used popular (and some lesser known) rock and pop music to shed light on a character’s essence. One of my favorite moments occurs in the first Guardians movie, when Star-Lord attempts to distract the character Ronan with a “dance-off, bro” to the song “Ooh Child” by the Five Stairsteps – a  scene that embodies Star-Lord’s quirkiness and ability...

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The Naked Verve Presents...What is Your Favorite Album?

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The Naked Verve Presents...What is Your Favorite Album?

My Favorite Album:Kill ‘Em All,” Metallica
By Bobby R. from Downers Grove, IL
The first time I heard Metallica, I was intimidated. At the time, I was listening to Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and the Eagles.

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