The music legend confronts themes of death and impermanence on his inspiring new album.
A mesmerizing CD with an important message about Native American culture and excellent musicianship.
Neil Alexander's Darn That Dream is solo piano jazz at its best.
Money Jungle: Provocative In Blue is a worthy tribute by some of the sharpest and thoughtful artists on the scene.
When Ray and Jill became Paul and Paula, they recorded one of the signature hits of the early 1960s.
This collection of 29 of Wanda Jackson's Capitol singles jumps wildly from honky-tonk to rock but is still great fun.
This volume focuses on the Ultimate Destruction Program and a technology battle between Skuld and Megumi.
Sad Sister primarily recounts the BDSM ménage a trios activities of two female college students and a professor.
Mommy porn leads to a conversation and more between Melanie and the passenger seated next to her, a lifestyle Dom.
Further proof, if any were necessary, that cummings was the first great modernist American writer.
Argo is the best of the bunch in the Best Picture category but will not go home with the Oscar.
Fans rejoice as daytime serials One Life To Live & All My Children return, thanks to their hard work!