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Music Blu-ray Review: Genesis – ‘Three Sides Live’

Genesis 3 Sides Live

The Blu-ray debut of 'Three Sides Live' by Genesis provides an excellent opportunity to catch them on their way to superstardom. Read More »

Music Review: Deep Purple – ‘Graz 1975′

Graz 1975 (Deep Purple)

'Graz 1975' captures the third incarnation of Deep Purple in their final days, and is among the finest of their many live albums. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘The Soul of Designer Records’

The Soul of Designer Records

'The Soul of Designer Records' is one of the most fascinating compilations of gospel music ever produced. Read More »

Music Review: John Coltrane – ‘The Prestige Recordings’

John Coltrane Prestige Recordings

The legend of John Coltrane begins here. Read More »

Music Review: Chrome – ‘Feel It Like a Scientist’

Feel It Like A Scientist

Chrome’s new 'Feel It Like a Scientist' completes a cycle of rejuvenation that began last year with the release of 'Half Machine from the Sun: Lost Tracks (’79-’80).' Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The World Wars’

the world wars

'The World Wars' mini-series has just been released to Blu-ray, and offers a unique and compelling look at the events of 1914 to 1945. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Elvis: That’s the Way It Is’

elvis

Elvis Presley was still in top form in 1970, and the new two-disc Blu-ray Digi-Book 'Elvis: That’s the Way It Is' captures it all. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Midsomer Murders Set 24′

midsomer murders

The new 'Midsomer Murders Set 24' presents three excellent episodes of the English murder mystery series, which has been on the air since 1997. Read More »

Music Review: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young – ‘CSNY 1974′

CSNY 1974

As 'CSNY 1974' proves over and over, the concerts the "American Beatles" performed in the summer of 1974 were something special indeed. Read More »

Music Review: Cabaret Voltaire – ‘#7885 Electropunk to Technopop’

cabaret voltaire

The 19-song '#7885 Electropunk to Technopop' is a well-chosen introduction to what was probably the most dynamic period in Cabaret Voltaire’s 41-year career. Read More »