Rolling in the Deep, 5/14/14

rs1207Would you like to catch up on some of my recent Rolling Stone bylines? Of course you would! I had an article in the print edition of the magazine (the Julia Louis-Dreyfus issue) on the all-star sessions recording recently unearthed Dylan lyrics from the Basement Tapes sessions (which was crazy fun to report, hanging out with Elvis Costello and Marcus Mumford). I’ve also had a slew of stories on the Rolling Stone website: I ran down a list of the most famous rock ‘n’ roll pets (Martha, my dear, and ten more). I attended the I Heart Radio Awards, got quotes from celebrities, and then wrote up the best and worst moments of the evening. I wrote an item about Steven Soderbergh’s edit of Michael Cimino’s famous bomb Heaven’s Gate. I interviewed Natalie Merchant, Avey Tare, and the awesome EMA (not together). I wrote a news item on an upcoming academic conference about the Who’s Quadrophenia. I reviewed the new-wave history Mad World. I wrote about records intended to have exceptionally limited pressings. I went to Coachella and filed a couple of dozen dispatches about what I saw (as part of a team including Matt Diehl and Steve Appleford–the items aren’t individually bylined, but you might particularly enjoy my Neutral Milk Hotel report). And I compiled a list of six Beatles projects that were once widely available but have now fallen out of print. (Yes, you can find many of them bootlegged on the net, but I’d love for them to come back into print officially.)

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