Critics have been praising the Wood Brothers since their first studio project together, a 2006 modern blues and folk album called "Ways Not to Lose." NPR named the album one of the best of the year.

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Jeffrey Brown talks to Tim Riley, a contributing music critic for NPR, about the release of the Beatles Remastered. Earlier Wednesday, Michelle Steele of Bloomberg News gave the business angle on the Beatles' releases.

On Wednesday, EMI Music and the Beatles will release the band's entire catalog -- every album and single -- digitally remastered in mono and stereo versions, with superior digital quality to the current CD recordings out since 1987.

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Jeffrey Brown profiles singer, songwriter and TV show host Elvis Costello, whose latest album, "Secret, Profane & Sugarcane," looks to country and bluegrass music for inspiration.

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