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Music Review: James Hunter – The Hard Way

Forget the "blue-eyed soul" label -- with The Hard Way, James Hunter proves he's just a flat-out Soul Man, period. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Weller – 22 Dreams

Is the secret to the universe hidden in Paul Weller's mysterious, magnificent, multitudinous 22 Dreams? Depends what you're looking for. Read More »

Music Review: The Baskervilles – Twilight

This New-York-based indie band's third album breaks out an effervescent pop energy that's better than champagne Read More »

Music Review: Judith Owen – Mopping Up Karma

Judith Owen is the sort of artist that makes you want to throw labels out the window. Read More »

Music Review: Fred Eaglesmith – Tinderbox

Fred Eaglesmith's gritty bluegrass-roots CD parses the difference between piety and faith in America today Read More »

Music Review: The Wood Brothers – Loaded

What do you get when you mix a down-home instrumental sound with an indie mindset? The Wood Brothers. Read More »

Music Review: Richard Hawley – Lady’s Bridge

Mellow Brit singer-songwriter strums his way through a disappointing solo effort. Read More »

Music Review: Joe Jackson — Rain

With his superb new album, Joe Jackson continues to defy stereotypes and confound expectations Read More »

Music Review: Nat King Cole — This Is Nat “King” Cole, The Very Thought Of You

Brushing off a few cobwebs to find the gifted artist inside this mid-century crooner. Read More »

Music Review: Fred Eaglesmith – Milly’s Cafe

American original Fred J. Eaglesmith treats his Fredhead fans to the blue-plate special at Milly's Cafe. Read More »