Taken from the Real Gone Music release, He’s The DJ, I’m The Rapper.
Taken from the Big Break Records release, Naked And True: Expanded Edition.
While the rest of the world was going crazy over the Beatles and the British Invasion, Bob Dylan was covertly conquering the hearts and minds of British musicians. Ace Records’ latest compilation serves as an excellent document of the love affair British artists had for the mysterious and cantankerous rocker.
Been a fan of the Tennessee-based ambient duo Hammock for several years now, and their newest release, Mysterium, is easily their finest, most sublime work to date. That’s saying a lot, considering that they trade […]
While Alien Sex Fiend may be a stalwart of the Goth Rock genre, they’ve always been sonically adventurous, and this new three-disc compilation wonderfully highlights that diversity.
Taken from the Skin Graft release, Salad Days: Remastered.
Tammy Wynette’s voice conveyed passion and heartbreak as she sang songs about heartbreak, loss, and disappointment. These two albums, both from 1974, are atypical in that regard, twenty-one emotionally powerful and gorgeously arranged country songs that might best be taken in small doses.
Bill Evans was easily one of the best jazz pianists of the 20th century, establishing himself with an impressive array of albums of his own. Yet he also was an in-demand musician, and this three-disc, four-hour set highlights just a smattering of his collaborations from his very fertile early years, while sprinkling in some choice selections from his own releases.
Taken from the Westworld Recordings release, Dance Underwater.
The events of September 11, 2001 directly impacted millions of lives in infinitely unique ways. I dealt with it by listening to music, and writing the first review for my very first music website–an album I’d not listened to since…until this week. Some reflections are offered within…