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Sting- Fields of Gold 25th Anniversary

It's the twenty-fifth anniversary of the first Sting solo best-of, Fields of Gold. In this In The Studio  classic rock interview, Sting covers a lot of ground.
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R.E.M.- Monster 25th Anniversary- Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills

Not since Green  more than five years earlier had R.E.M. come out so unself-consciously swingin'. "We were touring for the first time in five years. We wanted something arena and festival ready", says R.E.M. lead singer and lyricist Michael…

Black Crowes- A Conspiracy- London 1994

One of the reasons I could forgive Black Crowes lead singer Chris Robinson his "always on" opinions on everyone and everything was because he had a great live band, and here is another example straight off the Air London studio floor, no overdubs,…

Traffic- Far from Home 25th Anniversary- Steve Winwood, the late Jim Capaldi

Twenty-five years ago it was my great honor to host the first new Traffic album in twenty years, Far from Home by Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi...

YES- Talk 25th Anniversary- Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin

Before their 1994 album Talk   was even released, YES co-founder/ singer Jon Anderson and band sparkplug Trevor Rabin came to my Q102 afternoon radio show in Dallas/ Ft.Worth to hand-deliver  and talk about it. The album underwent a two-year…

Rolling Stones- Jumping Jack Flash- Vancouver 12-18-94

"Jumping Jack Flash" was the song the Rolling Stones played at closing time of the Voodoo Lounge   on the last night of the North American tour December 18, 1994 in Vancouver, and this recording of it comes from the In the Studio  archives.…

Phil Collins- Easy Lover- live Birmingham UK 1994

Phil Collins performed his song "Easy Lover", originally a hit duet with Earth, Wind, and Fire singer Philip Bailey, in Birmingham England in 1994 on the European leg of his massive two-year 100+ show tour. Multi-talented bass player Nathan…

Black Crowes- Remedy- London 10-94

Happy birthday Chris Robinson Wed (20th )

Pink Floyd- The Endless River- David Gilmour, Nick Mason

Pink Floyd's The Endless River is the fascinating back story of a "final " musical statement, 1994's The Division Bell, which was never intended to be the superstar progressive rock band's last word.