Welsh progressive rockers Blonde On Blonde overcame the loss of their frontman and visionary, releasing two promising but ultimately commercially unsuccessful albums.
Bobby Bare/Skeeter Davis/Liz Anderson/Norma Jean: Tunes For Two/The Game Of Triangles/Your Husband, My Wife (Morello)
This two-disc set compiles two albums of duets and one album of trio recordings pairing Bobby Bare with Skeeter Davis, Norma Jean, and Liz Anderson, and contains some fine performances from the first decade of Bare’s long, storied career.
Taken from the HHBTM Records release, Wyatt At The Coyote Palace.
Taken from the Omnivore Recordings release, A World Of My Own.
Taken from the release Black Wings.
On A Monday Night is a recently discovered live performance from the Bill Evans Trio, taken from a late-career show. It’s a superb performance, even though there’s an odd tension in the air.
Taken from the Mondo Tees release, The Blackcoat’s Daughter.
Taken from the Modern Harmonic release, Country Jazz.
Taken from the Moon Sounds release, Night Rides.
Writer Joan Didion’s latest work is a collection of notes from two unpublished essays from the 1970s, and contains an insightful, interesting, and compelling look at the South during a time of transition.