If I were a college-aged lad interested in buying an album for the sole purpose of impressing college-aged women, I would buy Mara's It's Who I Am.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Sparta are 3/5 of At The Drive-In. I'll go ahead and say it, cause it's the first thing you'll hear about them anyway. But it shouldn't be...
While many people associate UFO with Michael Schenker, the often overlooked period with Paul 'Tonka' Chapman saw their greatest commercial success. This recording shows just why; it shows the Phil Mogg/Paul Chapman/Pete Way/Andy Parker/Neil Carter line-up at it's peak.
According to JeffBuckley.com, we've got some new sonic goodness to look forward to. Five years after his death, we're finally gonna get to hear his very first recordings.
For anybody who has heard the lush orchestral dreamscapes that Evans' built for Miles Davis, or his own experiments in arranging on his solo albums (the most famous of which was the source of Crease’s title), Out of the Cool may be the closest they'll come to understanding the man who created them.