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The Beatles create and lampoon their own myth.
Seattle Weekly plays Jukebox Jury with Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix biographer Charles R. Cross.
Seattle Weekly: You've recorded five albums, the most recent of which, Little Fugitive (Signature Sounds), begins with "Like Rasputin," which might be the best song… Continue reading
The story of a small arts festival that became a Northwest tradition, told by the people who lived it.
Rediscover the sounds of Africa.
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Jeff Chang chronicles the hip-hop generation, while Peter Shapiro dissects its records.
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