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    Mumford & Sons bringing festival to small town of Salida

    DENVER | Mumford & Sons is bringing its traveling music festival to Colorado. The British band announced Monday that its Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers series will be in Salida on Aug. 21 and 22. They will perform along with acts…

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    Music Review: 1 channel is all the Mavericks need on ‘Mono’

    The Mavericks, “Mono” (Valory) The Mavericks have always been a rootsy band, plying musical turf from Havana to Nashville via Miami. Here their sound is more retro than ever, recalling the era when these sorts of songs were best heard…

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    Music Review: Drake silences the jokes with cold, dark album

    Drake, “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” (Cash Money) For as long as Drake’s been around, almost everything about him — his Mr. Sensitive image, his sweater collection, his cheesy photos with various professional athletes — has been the…

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    Music Review: Lost Dylan lyrics brought to life

    Various Artists, “Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes” (Electromagnetic Recordings/Harvest Records) The bottomless well of material from Bob Dylan just got deeper with the release of “Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes,” an unqualified success. The…

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    Pink Floyd say goodbye with ‘The Endless River’

    Pink Floyd, “The Endless River” (Columbia Records) Never was an album more aptly named than “The Endless River,” the new — and seemingly final — release from Pink Floyd. It flows unstoppably, and while some listeners may feel it meanders…