Bill Sherman skips his nap time to listen to a set of surfer lullabies.
The blues-country-soul-gospel-whatever legend returns with a stupendous set of country songs that would be the crowning achievement of practically any career.
The legendary singer gets frank about his recent resurgence, the joy of singing, and the tiresome uselessness of genre labels.
I am not angry with the Shimmers. Okay, I take that back. I am a little angry.
AT&T's Blue Room has your front row ticket to Vegoose Music Festival.
Willie is a timeless character.
"This is not music," was how an old officemate of mine described Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica.
Sandra McCracken may be a diamond in the rough, but is certainly luminescent.
A must for anyone who loves classic rock.
Good Charlotte's reinvented the human vocal range to include only one note.
"Night Time" is proof that the genius of Ray Charles shone on the bandstand just as it did in a more sterile setting.
The Coho trial comes to a close, but the verdict is not the moment to watch.
What do you get when you cross Sports Night with Saturday Night Live?
Don't even think about drinking or eating during this horror splatter-fest.
An alright disk for the casual fan.
Insiders say the uncovering of “Tickle Me Harder” was actually orchestrated by Elmo’s management team.
It is the magnitude and horror of just such an event that unfortunately makes it the perfect metaphor for 9/11.
Enjoy the twists and turns and the ultimate prestige of this intriguing film about obsession, deceit, and revenge.
The world is changing. Are you ready?
You can only con someone who wants something for nothing and then give them nothing for something.
Oh yes, there will be blood this weekend.
Universal milks their consumers with a sharp looking but content lacking DVD.
Very much hit or miss, depending on the movie subject.
It's the Halloween edition, with thrills and chills, blood and guts, and creepy, creepy sounds.
Another great Mac release from Freeverse.
Buy the seasons on DVD instead. If you already have them, buy them again. It's still a better way to spend money.
Couple behaves like, you know, adults, though Evans ignores husband's attempts to converse after court.
Dear Elsa, I've spent my whole life trying to connect to myself and other people.
Product placement is one thing, child directed ads another -- but GM cars as kiddie heroes? Please.
The pedigree of Israeli wine is fascinating - and Biblical.
In the fight for "academic freedom," the concept of academic honesty is lost.
If Briggs is the example of a way a pacifist acts and thinks, who needs hawks?
For the GOP it's open season on ducking the buck.
Some have called the RNC's campaign ad against Harold Ford racist. To me, it's just damned funny.
A group of scientists in Ohio join to support Tom Sawyer, who opposes censorship of evolutionary science teaching.
Terrorist-ridden India wants its collective conscience satisfied by legally organizing the murder of a person, Mohammad Afzal, who might or might not be innocent.
If you are limited to one book on CSS, this should be it.
Who better to tie all the strings of the world together and weave them into stories than a spider in coyote clothing?
Throughout the book, Summers is candid about the creeping impermanence of a musician’s life.
Is there a better kind of book than one that makes you want to sing?
Kiss this, Simmons fans!
"The one constant in my life has always been music.”
In this gripping page-turner, the thrill and action take the front seat and are the driving forces.
Yeah, those same one-game-from-missing-the-playoffs Cardinals are one game from a World Series championship after winning 5-4.
mental_floss question of the day.