By Mike Greenblatt They say blues legend Robert Johnson made a deal with the devil for musical stardom, offering up his eternal soul down at the crossroads. The devil kept his part of the bargain but took Johnson at 27. …
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DVD draws from three sold-out December 2009 concerts in Buenos Aires
Though there are some meandering excursions, the real treat comes in the quirky details of this well-illustrated book.
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On July 13 1976, AC/DC made their first ever U.K. television appearance, filming at the Wimbledon Theatre for inclusion in Marc Bolan’s “Rollin’ Bolan” television spectacular. Their name and reputation were spreading, but first timers remained perplexed by the prospect of the band.