1. Rock: Reimagining Bob Dylan Rock Reimagining Bob Dylan Nov 7, 2007 A host of artists, many of whom appeared on the Dylan biopic soundtrack I'm Not There, interpret Bob's tunes in this 2007 concert.
  2. Rock: John Hiatt's American Anthems Rock John Hiatt's American Anthems Aug 26, 1987 The prolific singer-songwriter is joined by killer slide guitarist Sonny Landreth in this hard-hitting show from Philly's Tower Theater in 1987.
  3. Video: New Release: Of Monsters And Men Video New Release: Of Monsters And Men Jul 29, 2012 Watch Iceland's Of Monsters And Men play stripped down versions of their anthemic folk songs at this years Newport Folk Festival.
  4. Jazz: Video: Miles Davis Premieres 'Tutu' Jazz Video: Miles Davis Premieres 'Tutu' Jun 15, 1986 The legendary trumpeter leads a powerhouse band including saxophonist Bob Berg and guitarist Robben Ford in this 1986 set.
  5. Rock: Sheryl Crow at Woodstock '99 Rock Sheryl Crow at Woodstock '99 Jul 23, 1999 The singer-songwriter-guitarist performs her smash hits "Everyday Is a Winding Road," "All I Wanna Do" and "If It Makes You Happy."
  6. Rock: Goodbye, Cream Rock Goodbye, Cream Oct 4, 1968 The original power trio began their farewell tour at the Oakland Coliseum on October 4, 1968, and we've got it here!
  7. Rock: Atlanta Rhythm Section in NYC, 1977 Rock Atlanta Rhythm Section in NYC, 1977 Jan 25, 1977 The southern rock band performs their hits "So Into You" and "Back Up Against the Wall" and encores with Little Richard's "Long Tall Sally."
  8. Rock: Solomon Burke Rocks Tramps Rock Solomon Burke Rocks Tramps Jun 18, 1995 The great R&B singer and soul music pioneer performs Roy Brown's "Good Rockin' Tonight" and a Little Richard medley in this '95 set.
  9. Folk & Bluegrass: New Release: Clifton Chenier in NOLA Folk & Bluegrass New Release: Clifton Chenier in NOLA Apr 23, 1970 The King of Zydeco brings his infectious southwestern Louisiana sound to the inaugural New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 1970.
  10. Video: New Release: Loggins & Messina Video New Release: Loggins & Messina Jul 9, 1976 Watch the quintessential '70s duo tear down the house at Passaic, New Jersey's Capitol Theatre in their final performance at the venue.
  11. Blues: Peter Green With Fleetwood Mac Blues Peter Green With Fleetwood Mac Jun 8, 1968 The former guitarist for John Mayall's Bluesbreakers showcases his new group in this 1968 concert, back when they were a stone blues band.
  12. Jazz: Uncut: Stan Getz's 4th of July Jazz Jazz Uncut: Stan Getz's 4th of July Jazz Jul 4, 1974 The tenor sax great performs Chick Corea's "La Fiesta" and Jobim's "Desfinado" with Albert Dailey, Chin Suzuki and Billy Hart in this 1975 concert.
  13. Jazz: Gretsch Greats in Central Park Jazz Gretsch Greats in Central Park Jul 7, 1973 Drummers Elvin Jones, Mel Lewis, Freddie Waits and Papa Jo Jones showcase their chops and individual styles in this jam from 1973.
  14. Rock: So long, Bachman-Turner Overdrive Rock So long, Bachman-Turner Overdrive Mar 8, 1974 Canadian quartet BTO called it quits August 13, 1977. Hear them take care of business in this '74 Chicago set.
  15. Rock: New Release: Aerosmith at the Orpheum, '84 Rock New Release: Aerosmith at the Orpheum, '84 Feb 14, 1984 Singer Steven Tyler leads the Boston-based band on their classics "Sweet Emotion," "Dream On" and "Walk This Way" in this hometown set.
  16. Rock: New Release: John Hall at Paradise, '79 Rock New Release: John Hall at Paradise, '79 Sep 29, 1979 The guitarist-singer-songwriter and Orleans co-founder plays his hits "Still The One" and "Dance With Me" and covers "Compared To What."
  17. Rock: GRAMMY WINNER: Ziggy Marley Rock GRAMMY WINNER: Ziggy Marley Sep 3, 1995 The son of Bob Marley won "Best Reggae Album" for Fly Rasta. See him perform "Feelin' Irie" and "Get Up Stand Up" in this 1995 video.
  18. Jazz: Tony Bennett Charms London Jazz Tony Bennett Charms London Sep 6, 1991 The suave, swinging singer asks the musical question "When Do the Bells Ring for Me?" in this 1992 set from the Prince Edward Theatre.
  19. Comedy: Uncut: Alan King at Harvard Comedy Uncut: Alan King at Harvard Mar 27, 1997 The Borscht Belt veteran and Ed Sullivan Show regular moderates a panel with fellow comics Tim Conway, Paul Rodriguez and Buddy Hackett.
  20. Interviews: KISS Behind the Make-Up Interviews KISS Behind the Make-Up Apr 12, 1979 Ace and Gene discuss plans for their now-legendary Dynasty tour and the dubious origins of rock critics in this 1979 interview.
  21. Country: Sonny Curtis & the Crickets, '83 Country Sonny Curtis & the Crickets, '83 Jun 10, 1983 The Texas singer-songwriter and leader of Buddy Holly's backing band performs his "I Fought the Law," "Walk Right Back" and "Good Old Girls."
  22. Indie: Allison Weiss' Daytrotter Session, 2013 Indie Allison Weiss' Daytrotter Session, 2013 Apr 16, 2013 The L.A.-based singer-songwriter performs punk-edged power pop tunes like "Nothing Left" and "One Way Love" from Say What You Mean.
  23. Rock: 20 Years of Cowboy Junkies Rock 20 Years of Cowboy Junkies Aug 2, 2008 The Toronto-based band celebrated the anniversary of 1988's The Trinity Sessions album with this performance at 2008 Newport.
  24. Rock: Aerosmith Comes to Central Park Rock Aerosmith Comes to Central Park Aug 29, 1975 Back in August of '75 the screamin' demon and his band headed to New York to play this rocking set.
  25. Indie: Video: Jukebox the Ghost at Aloft Indie Video: Jukebox the Ghost at Aloft Oct 15, 2014 Pianist-singer Ben Thornewill leads the D.C. power pop trio on "Postcard," "The Great Unknown" and others in this set from Brooklyn.
  26. Video: National Anthem With the SF Symphony Video National Anthem With the SF Symphony Jul 4, 1996 Watch the SF Symphony, conducted by Emil de Cou, playing the American classics for Mountain View, CA on the 4th of July.
  27. Comedy: Rodney Dangerfield at Catch a Rising Star Comedy Rodney Dangerfield at Catch a Rising Star Jul 25, 1983 Recorded a month before the premiere of his leading role in Easy Money, this '83 set finds Rodney at his peak, still getting no respect.
  28. Rock: Vaccinate Your Soul With Tower of Power Rock Vaccinate Your Soul With Tower of Power Nov 15, 1977 One of California's most enduring bands delivers a set of top-notch funk on the last night of their four-show run at NYC's Bottom Line in '77.
  29. Rock: Chuck Berry's 'Ding-A-Ling' Rock Chuck Berry's 'Ding-A-Ling' Mar 18, 1967 Hear the architect of rock & roll, Chuck Berry, play his controversial #1 single "My Ding-A-Ling" at The Fillmore in '67 as the Steve Miller Band backs him up.
  30. Indie: The Black Lips' Daytrotter Session Indie The Black Lips' Daytrotter Session The Atlanta-based garage punk band performs "Dumpster Diving" and other tunes from their sixth album Arabia Mountain in this playlist.
  31. Indie: Drew Danburry's Daytrotter Session Indie Drew Danburry's Daytrotter Session Sep 19, 2009 The singer-songwriter and full-time barber from Provo, Utah performs "Nirvana, By Kurt Cobain" and tunes from Goodnight Dannii in 2009.
  32. Blues: The Slide Guitar That Started It All Blues The Slide Guitar That Started It All Jul 27, 1968

    It's a short but searing performance by the blues man that coached Bonnie Raitt. Get lost under the hypnotic spell of Mississippi Fred McDowell's slide guitar.

  33. Blues: Jimi Hendrix, Strictly the Blues Blues Jimi Hendrix, Strictly the Blues Rock's greatest guitarist dips into a set of stone blues numbers by the likes of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf along with his own "Red House."
  34. Blues: Eric Clapton Plays the Blues Blues Eric Clapton Plays the Blues Slowhand wails on blues classics like "Sittin' on Top of the World," "Spoonful," "Key to the Highway" and "Double Trouble" in this playlist.
  35. Country: David Allan Coe's Outlaw Songs Country David Allan Coe's Outlaw Songs Jan 21, 1984 The singer-songwriter performs his "Take This Job And Shove It," "Long Haired Redneck" and "Jack Daniels, If You Please" in 1984.
  36. Jazz: Freddie Hubbard in Flight Jazz Freddie Hubbard in Flight Jul 5, 1974 The great trumpeter was at the peak of his powers in this 1974 concert with Junior Cook, George Cables, Reggie Workman and Jack DeJohnette
  37. Rock: The Legacy of Jimi Hendrix Rock The Legacy of Jimi Hendrix May 30, 1970 Celebrate the life of the guitar legend with this powerful set from the year of his untimely death 44 years ago.
  38. Folk & Bluegrass: Unadulterated Dylan, '74-'75 Folk & Bluegrass Unadulterated Dylan, '74-'75 The essence of his poetry and masterful storytelling is truly revealed in the intimate setting of guitar, voice and harmonica.
  39. Country: George Strait at the Lone Star Cafe Country George Strait at the Lone Star Cafe Apr 28, 1984 The country superstar performs "I Can't See Texas From Here," "If You Think I Am Crazy Now" and other tunes from Strait From the Heart.
  40. Comedy: Monty Python at City Center, 1976 Comedy Monty Python at City Center, 1976 Apr 23, 1976 "I know a dead parrot when I see one and I'm looking one right now! He's stone dead! He's deceased... He's an ex-parrot!"
  41. Indie: Andrew Belle Daytrotter Session Indie Andrew Belle Daytrotter Session Jul 9, 2011 This Nashville singer-songwriter just began his summer tour and announced he's working on his sophomore album. An artist to keep eyes and ears open for.
  42. Rock: Foreigner Gets In Your Head Rock Foreigner Gets In Your Head Nov 30, 1979 The pop rock juggernaut delivers a set of hits, including many from then-current album Head Games, which went on to sell 5 million copies.
  43. Rock: Little Feat at Winterland, '76 Rock Little Feat at Winterland, '76 Feb 14, 1976 Guitarist-singer Lowell George leads the L.A. band on funkified numbers like "Skin It Back," "Fat Man in a Bathtub" and "Dixie Chicken."
  44. Rock: Lou Reed's "Halloween Parade" Rock Lou Reed's "Halloween Parade" Aug 13, 1989 The punk poet paints vivid images of the decadent Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in this 1989 performance of his New York.
  45. Rock: GTR: Birth of a Supergroup Rock GTR: Birth of a Supergroup Jul 19, 1986 Two of England's most renowned rock guitarists -- Yes' Steve Howe and Genesis' Steve Hackett -- join forces in this 1986 concert.
  46. Interviews: David Bowie Speaks, 1978 Interviews David Bowie Speaks, 1978 Jan 23, 1978 In this revealing chat, Bowie talks about the characters he invented, the burgeoning punk movement and the merits of shock value.
  47. Interviews: George Benson's Crossover Challenge Interviews George Benson's Crossover Challenge Jan 1, 1989 Superstar guitarist-singer George Benson talks about being caught in the middle of popular music and jazz in this 1989 interview.
  48. Rock: U2 + The Clash = The Alarm Rock U2 + The Clash = The Alarm Jun 29, 1983 In the early 80's, The Alarm seemed to be on a meteoric rise, and in this show from 1983, their influences can be heard loud and clear.
  49. Indie: Vetiver & Howlin' Rain's NYE Party Playlist Indie Vetiver & Howlin' Rain's NYE Party Playlist Get ready for Vetiver & Howlin' Rain's 3-Night NYE run at San Francisco's Cafe Du Nord with this playlist featuring live cuts from each band back to back.
  50. Folk & Bluegrass: Jerry Garcia at French's Camp, '87 Folk & Bluegrass Jerry Garcia at French's Camp, '87 Aug 29, 1987 The iconic guitarist-singer leads his Acoustic Band on unplugged versions of Grateful Dead classics like "Friend of the Devil" and "Ripple."
  51. Jazz: Navigating 'Giant Steps' Jazz Navigating 'Giant Steps' Several artists, from Joe Pass to Jaco Pastorius, make their way through John Coltrane's proving ground of chord changes in this playlist.
  52. Rock: Video: Charlie Daniels Band in New Jersey Rock Video: Charlie Daniels Band in New Jersey Oct 31, 1975 The Southern rocker plays some wicked slide guitar on "Whiskey" and pulls out the fiddle on "The South's Gonna Do it Again" in this '75 set.

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