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Music Review: Royksopp – ‘The Inevitable End’ [Their Final Album]

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Norwegian band Royksopp releases their fifth and final album. Read More »

Music Review: Diego El Cigala – ‘Romance de la Luna Tucumana’

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'Romance de la Luna Tucumana' is an album that will please Latin music lovers, as well as those with eclectic tastes. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists (Julian Ovenden, Elizabeth McGovern, Katie Marshall) – ‘Christmas at Downton Abbey’ [2-CD Set]

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The 45 songs in this carefully chosen collection will transport you to a serene and sophisticated 'Downton Abbey'-style Christmas. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Gales – ‘Good for Sumthin”

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Gales' 14th album, a Cleopatra Records release entitled 'Good for Sumthin,' is another demonstration of just how good he is. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Simon and Garfunkel – The Complete Albums Collection’ Box Set a Must-Have for Fans

Simon and Garfunkel: The Complete Albums Collection

"Simon and Garfunkel: The Complete Albums Collection" is an incredible box set for the Simon and Garfunkel fans old, and yet to be. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘It’s Christmas on Mack Avenue’

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'It’s Christmas on Mack Avenue' is as happy a celebration of the holiday season as a jazz enthusiast is likely to find under the tree this year. Read More »

Music Review: Oasis – ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’ [Remastered Deluxe Edition]

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The extra baubles are nice, but the two discs of live and rare material are what make this reissue a must for fans. Read More »

Music Review: Christmas Jug Band – ‘Jugology: Greatest Near Misses (Best Of…)’

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The Christmas Jug Band delivers the perfect Christmas party collection. Read More »

Music Reviews: Roger Davidson – ‘Temple of the Soul,’ Joe Ferrara – ‘The Tiger Walks My Dreams,’ Kevin Cline – ‘Make Up Your Mind’

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Three fine new jazz albums worth hearing. Read More »

Music Review: Cynthia Felton – ‘Save Your Love For Me: Cynthia Felton Sings the Nancy Wilson Classics’

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A note to Cynthia Felton: Ethnomusicology is certainly important, but keep the albums coming. Read More »