An album worth hearing for the music but not for listening to the lyrics.
R&B and jazz singer Amy Serrata shows her eclectic musical background on her debut album.
Milman, a young but well-travelled chanteuse, brings both maturity and a sense of adventure to a captivating collection.
Amerie's recent move to Def Jam is undoubtedly a calculated move to better her market share in America.
His isn’t a great voice, but Nelson’s unshakable dignity renders his latest trek down Tin Pan Alley a success.
A fitting epitaph. The last album in the troubled life of Graham Bond is lovingly re-issued.
Street Scene gives silver anniversary with many musical guests.
A low-key but landmark recording gets the re-issue treatment.
This is not about Michael Jackson.
Doing what he does best, but adding a few new wrinkles too.
London-based band Fanfarlo's self-titled debut bares stripped down chamber pop.
A collection of enjoyably distinctive characters, each finding his or her own way to come of age.
A wonderful remastered collection of the classic TV specials from the 1960s.
Judging by the music it presents, there's really not much punk left in England by 1979.
Woody returns to comedy, and NYC.
A fine web of political and economic "what-ifs."
Is Bruno funnier and more shocking than Borat? More shocking? Absolutely. Funnier? Absolutely not.
Hitchhiker's - location, location, location.
Royal Pains isn't great, but it might be able to achieve greatness... maybe.
We are halfway through the year. How has it shaped up for you?
It's a failed attempt at making a '60s ghost story scary by making the ordinary less... ordinary.
Brüno is ready for his close-up, Mr. DeMille.
An ABBA biography gets high marks for detail and depth, but low marks for cheap thrills.
The man knew how to effectively use the semi-colon.
The Talkhoops.net writer talks about his recently-launched Cowbell Kingdom and the state of the Kings.
I hope in 29 years she'll be as amazed with her life as I've been with mine.