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Jeremy Shatan
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Chuck Berry was the full package, and one of the key architects of rock & roll.

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The Velvet Underground's first album, released 50 years ago today, shows what can be accomplished when convention is set aside to pursue artistic truth.

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An album of evocative interactions to send you spinning into yourself. A triumph by Icelandic chamber ensemble Nordic Affect and their collaborators!

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Michael Chapman's 50 is an album for the ages from one who has seen it all. Though this is late in Chapman's journey, start here if you're unfamiliar. And if you like what you hear, there are many years of past glories to discover.

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Here are ten musical things to look forward to in 2017, plus handy playlists to follow so you can track the good stuff by genre. Features Fleet Foxes, Father John Misty, Leon Parker, Pusha T, Jenny O., and more!

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From the legendary (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Big Star, Bob Marley) to the Obscure (Betty Harris, Jose Mauro, Tod Dockstader) - and much that's in between - here's some of the music that arose from out of the past and became essential in 2016.

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Focusing on great 2016 albums from the realms of rock, folk, etc., that I didn't have a chance to talk about yet. Features Morgan Delt, Richard James, Lost Animal, Savoy Motel, Iggy Pop, Julia Jacklin, C Duncan, Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Sophie Cooper, and Mavis Staples, among many others. I also own up to the records that disappointed me.

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Jeez, Louise, were there a lot of great classical albums this year! I've tried to not get overwhelmed and break it down into a digestible overview. From bassoon concerti to avant garde electronics, there really is something here for everyone. Let me know if you find something new that you love among these selections.

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Nostalgic for the future? You may hear the soundtrack to that emotion on some of this year's best electronic releases. Includes Nonkeen, Cavern of Anti-Matter, Marielle V. Jakobsons, Ian William Craig, Suzi Analogue, and more.

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In the first of this year's genre-based lists, I focus on the hip hop and R&B that rose to the top. There's great variety here - let me know if you find something you love.
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