This extended remix of Tina Turner’s take on Ann Peebles’ classic hit finds the diva taking a more underground dance direction.
This track, taken from the final album by the original lineup of The Band, is a song perfect for a shimmery, summer’s evening.
A painfully beautiful goodbye song to a heartbreaker.
A haunting, disturbing, difficult, yet important work of modern minimalism and composition.
A rare treat from a band who would record one record for a major label, find itself dropped, and would regroup themselves to become one of the most popular British bands in the 1990s. Guess who!
It’s a shame that Americans stopped listening to a-ha after “Take On Me,” because they missed out on this gorgeous cover of an Everly Brothers classic.
The gorgeous harmonies and pop sensibilities of The Jayhawks’ 2003 single make it a rewarding little pop nugget.
The opening track on Peter Gabriel’s groundbreaking fifth album So was a mellow ballad that found Gabriel at the top of his game.
Rainy Day was a one-off studio project that involved a handful of key members of the Paisley Underground scene, including members of The Dream Syndicate, Rain Parade, The Bangles, and The Three O’Clock. Their sole album, a self-titled affair, is a rare gem that is sought after by those in the know, commanding high prices and… Read More ›
A lovely country-pop ballad from a crooner whose star once shone quite brightly.