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Sir Paul McCartney saved some material from the studio sessions that led to his smash-hit 2018 album, Egypt Station, and the man known around the world as Macca would like to share them with you now. Both “Home Tonight” and “In a Hurry” will be released in limited edition 7″ vinyl format for Record Store Day Black Friday on Friday, Nov. 29, but they’re both available now on digital streaming platforms. Here’s “Home Tonight”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UMdKwsjJHg And here’s “In a Hurry”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9MQLAieiuw The two songs getting special treatment here were recorded during the album sessions with producer Greg Kurstin, who was…

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As promised, the Prince of Darkness has returned once again to cast a spell upon the masses, laughing ominously the entire time — as “Straight to Hell,” the new single from Ozzy Osbourne, has arrived. Stream the track below, and note that the slick guitar licks you hear throughout the track are provided by none other than Guns N’ Roses guitarist (and recent Rock Cellar interviewee) Slash! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oZqKtuvDx4 “Straight to Hell” is the second song premiered so far from Osbourne’s upcoming album, Ordinary Man, which will be released early 2020, per a press release. Once it’s out, it will be…

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Earlier this month, a special holiday album targeting a specific faction of rock music fans was released. No, not the new one from Judas Priest singer Rob Halford, though Celestial is a highly recommended listen. This one in particular is titled A Prog Rock Christmas. Produced by Billy Sherwood, known for his work with Yes and Circa, among other projects, A Prog Rock Christmas brings together a host of prog-rock luminaries for a trip through Christmas past and present, through the meticulous musical lens of progressive rock elements. Here’s Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse’s spin on “Carol of the Bells,”…

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The holiday season presents a special kind of stress for everyone. There are expectations, and unless you’re flush with disposable income it can feel a bit overwhelming. This theme is captured and expressed in the new music video for “Wandering Star,” the latest single from ex-Oasis songwriter/guitarist Noel Gallagher and his Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds project. Premiered on Thursday, the clip features a down-on-her-luck single mom who receives some help from a grocery store Santa Claus as she shoplifts some cheap Christmas gifts to give her children: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NZYW_HTu2g Explained the directors of the video in a statement: “This isn’t…

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The Who was originally preparing to release a new album, Who, this week — but circumstances pushed its release back a few weeks, with a new street date of December 6. In place of the entire album, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey will be premiering a new single, “I Don’t Wanna Get Wise,” which the band previewed with a shimmery preview on social media on Thursday morning: https://twitter.com/TheWho/status/1197540364120403968 We’ve already heard a few songs from Who, most recently the defiant “All This Music Must Fade”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpKhGNaiS6c And “Ball and Chain”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2IN8wYqQ6E Here’s the album’s track listing: ‘All This Music Must…

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This Friday, Nov. 22, Chris Martin and Coldplay will return with a new album, Everyday Life. The record was previewed with two songs already, but on Wednesday an additional pair of pre-release tracks made their way online to further ramp up anticipation. Here’s “Daddy,” a sweeping, emotional song that features an arresting animated video accompaniment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWhiCkEY-Yk https://twitter.com/coldplay/status/1197200606756257792 And here’s “Champion of the World,” which features a writing credit to Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit, who died in 2018. As Martin explained in an official statement with the track, he was inspired by Hutchison’s “Los Angeles Be Kind”: “Scott had a…

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On Friday, Ozzy Osbourne will premiere “Straight to Hell,” another new song from his upcoming album, Ordinary Man. The LP will be released in January and comes with much anticipation … and Ozzy’s social media accounts are using that to their advantage. Below, stream a preview of the song with a 13-second clip that doesn’t really showcase the song at all, so much as what sounds like a dramatic choral interlude, perhaps? Listen for yourself: https://twitter.com/OzzyOsbourne/status/1197188313104257027 When it’s premiered, “Straight to Hell” will be the second song released from the album, following “Under the Graveyard,” a sinister track featuring Guns N’…

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This is Phil Collins, renowned musician known for his time with the prog-rock band Genesis and a fruitful solo career. https://www.instagram.com/p/B1v1TlXnCUi/ You know all about him, right? He’s been a pretty successful music figure for decades, and went out on a tour with the amusing-and-accurate name Not Dead Yet! earlier this year. Here, seen below, is another image of Phil Collins taken from sometime in the 1980s next to a statue of the baby Jesus that went up in a church in Mexico recently. https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1197226382822166529 Uncanny, right? That statue even has that same tuft of hair on the forehead area…

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We’re all very fortunate that the Jimi Hendrix vaults haven’t been fully raided yet, as each new archival release adds to the legacy, myth and allure of the otherworldly gifted guitarist who was taken from this earth far, far too early. Here’s a song called “Ezy Ryder,” a blistering live cut taken from a Band of Gypsys concert at the Fillmore East on New Year’s Eve 1969, which hasn’t been released officially before. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=We-9ES-NY70 The track comes courtesy of Rolling Stone, which notes that this live version of “Ezy Ryder” is taken from a new box set, Songs for Groovy…

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Legendary singer/songwriter Graham Nash will head back out on the road in 2020, as he continues supporting Over the Years … , a career-spanning 2018 release combining some of Nash’s best-known and beloved material with previously unheard mixes and demo recordings. For these new dates, Nash will be joined by Shane Fontayne on guitars and vocals. Fontayne produced Nash’s 2016 album This Path Tonight, and he’ll be accompanied on stage by former Crosby, Stills and Nash vocalist/keyboard player Todd Caldwell. More, via the news release: Nash and friends will perform songs from his days in the Hollies through his years…

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