This one-off collaboration was an experiment in sound. Don’t let the oddly phallic album cover scare you; this is a beautiful, unique take on a pop standard
This live record, released in 1969, serves as one of the lasting documents of the greatness that was the talented but now-obscure Canadian guitarist Lenny Breau.
The classic sounds of the beloved cartoon world of Charlie Brown and his friends, just in time for the holidays.
A gorgeous, fourteen-minute ambient piece from an obscure Spanish EP release; or rather, a piano and wind duet.
A beautiful instrumental piece from a great talent, lost a year ago today.
And now for a break in the scary stuff, it’s the theme song to the perennial Hallowe’en special, Charlie Brown!
An hour of Louis Armstrong in his prime on film? Go on, you’ve earned it.
This reissue of a fine 1962 compilation highlights the talents and genius of Ray Conniff, and serves as an excellent starting place for one of the most prolific “easy listening” artists of the Twentieth century.
No words, simply one of Miles Davis’ finest albums, presented in its entirety, for your listening enjoyment.
An album that from beginning to end offers the healing balm for a stressful, emotional day.