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Music Review: Zlatko Kaučič and Agusti Fernández – ‘Sonic Party’

Sonic Party

'Sonic Party' is a recording that expands the borders of improvisational music and freestyle jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Audio with a G: Sounds of a Jersey Boy – The Music of Bob Gaudio’

Audio With A G - Sounds of A Jersey Boy, The Music of Bob Gaudio (2CD)

The 36 tracks of Bob Gaudio's 'Audio with a G' represent over 40 years of songwriting. Read More »

Music Review: Yes – ‘Heaven & Earth’

yes heaven and earth

The new Yes album is cosmic light. Read More »

Music Review: Dr. John – ‘Ske-Dat-De-Dat…The Spirit of Satch’

dr john

A baker’s dozen of songs honor the great man’s memory not through imitation, but by taking the Armstrong vibe into the new century. Read More »

Music Review: Mud Morganfield and Kim Wilson – ‘For Pops (A Tribute to Muddy Waters)’

For Pops (A Tribute to Muddy Waters)

Mud Morganfield (son of Muddy Waters) and Kim Wilson (The Fabulous Thunderbirds) celebrate Waters' 100th anniversary by returning to the basics. Read More »

Music Review: The Levon Helm Band – ‘The Midnight Ramble Sessions Vol. 3′

Helm in 2007, Photo: Daniel Arnold

Tremendous live performances from Levon Helm's famous Midnight Rambles at his Woodstock estate from 2005-2010. Read More »

Music Review: The Bill Warfield Big Band Featuring Randy Brecker – ‘Trumpet Story’

The Bill Warfield Big Band Featuring Randy Brecker - 'Trumpet Story'

Randy Brecker and Bill Warfield make a combination that’s hard to beat. Read More »

Music Review: Kenny Lavender – ‘Conscious Journey Part 1 & 2′

Kenny Lavender

If you don’t like the big band sound, Lavender's "Caravan" may well change your mind. Read More »

Music Review: Kenny Wayne Shepherd – ‘Goin’ Home’

Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Goin' Home

This album is an exhilarating celebration of electric blues. 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 »