Rewind: The Week in Rock Daily

August 21st, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »
  • The Beatles hit our cover as RS re-investigated the Fab Four’s split. We unearthed audio from John Lennon’s 1970 interview and looked back at the band’s soon-to-be remastered catalog — check our Beatles hub for the story behind the cover and photos, plus grab news on a Yellow Submarine remake and The Beatles: Rock Band track list.

  • In the world of new music, Bon Jovi chatted about their return to rock with The Circle, Jay-Z’s The Blueprint 3 track list was revealed, Avril Lavigne revealed an introspective turn on her next LP and Weezer named their next album Raditude.
  • We also talked to Inglourious Basterds director Quentin Tarantino about his his classic soundtrack selections, the Red Hot Chili Peppers about returning to the studio, Alanis Morissette about Weeds and her next album and Diddy’s search for the Next Big Thing with his new show StarMaker.
  • Radiohead kicked off the week with a new song called “These Are My Twisted Words,” Wolfmother’s Andrew Stockdale stopped by the RS offices to perform a pair of acoustic Cosmic Egg tracks and Them Crooked Vultures played a pair of concerts in Europe, giving fans a first listen to their song “Dead End Friends.”

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