The Emotions: Don’t Ask My Neighbors: The Columbia/ARC Recordings (1976-1981) (SoulMusic Records)

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September 18, 2019 • Album Reviews

The sisterly trio The Emotions helped to brighten up the musical world in the late 1970s, and this box set contains the lot of their successful chart-topping era, offering up some of the finest music that decade had to offer.

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The Emotions: Don’t Ask My Neighbors: The Columbia/ARC Recordings (1976-1981) (SoulMusic Records)

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The sisterly trio The Emotions helped to brighten up the musical world in the late 1970s, and this box set contains the lot of their successful chart-topping era, offering up some of the finest music that decade had to offer.

A Conversation With... »

All Is Well: A Conversation With Woo’s Clive Ives

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We have a lovely and informative discussion with Clive Ives, one-half of the British experimental instrumental duo Woo, where he breaks down their latest archival release, the charming and delightful All Is Well.

Exclusive First Listens »

Exclusive First Listen: Hot Club Of Cowtown, “Easy Money

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We are pleased to offer you an exclusive first listen to “Easy Money,” a song taken from the forthcoming Hot Club of Cowtown album Wild Kingdom, which will be released September 27th.

Book Excerpt »

Rabbit’s Blues: The Life And Music Of Johnny Hodges: The Coming of Bird

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Legendary saxophone player Johnny Hodges is the subject of a comprehensive new biography. This excerpt addresses the changing times of the mid-1940s and the arrival of an innovative but divisive new player, Charlie Parker.

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Man In The Music: The Creative Life And Work Of Michael Jackson (Vintage Press)

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Journalist Joseph Vogel’s superb examination of the creative life of Michael Jackson is greatly expanded and revised, offering a critical and non-judgmental look at one of the most polarizing and controversial pop stars of our time.

DVD Reviews »

Reelz Presents: All Eyez On Me: The Real Story

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A new Reelz documentary shines a very different light on the life and the persona of legendary artist Tupac Shakur, and suggests the “real” man was a very different person.