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Bryan Ferry's 'Olympia': The Work Of A Perfectionist

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Brian Eno has long been interested in film soundtracks. His recent work on The Lovely Bones served as the starting point for his new album, Small Craft on a Milk Sea. Sergio Dionisio hide caption

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Brian Eno: Improvising Within The Rules

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Admiral Radley's Aaron Espinoza (left) and Jason Lytle. Mikkel Elbech hide caption

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Hear Admiral Radley In Concert

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Teaming up with Indigo Girls' Amy Ray, Lucy Wainwright Roche sings with the wry guardedness of hard-won optimism in "October." courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'October' by Lucy Wainwright Roche

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Sheryl Crow On Love, Loss And Bouncing Back

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No Age's new album, Everything in Between, touches on the duo's speedy skate-punk roots. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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No Age Shrieks And Soothes On 'Everything In Between'

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The Beatles' Apple label, as seen on a copy of Abbey Road. Apple not only released The Beatles' own records, but also looked for younger acts the band hoped would flourish. Don Ryan/AP Photo hide caption

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Finding The Best Of The Bands On The Beatles' Label

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