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The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – The Jayhawks; Gavin Harrison; Steve Rothery; Lonely Robot

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The Rockologist is back from the dead, with a fresh batch of new music for your consideration. Read More »

Music Review: The Splashing Pearls – ‘Tabloid Tales’

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Can you imagine successfully putting together ukulele, bass, and steel drums for a band? Read More »

Music Review: David Sanborn – ‘Time and the River’

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David Sanborn puts out the kind of music that does perhaps the one thing needful for fine music: it sounds good. Read More »

Music Review: Ray Wylie Hubbard – ‘The Ruffian’s Misfortune’ – A Texas Original

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In a world of ever-increasing compartmentalized sound, Hubbard is a breath of fresh air blowing in every direction at once. Read More »

Music Review: CalatrilloZ – ‘Psalms of Zahyin’

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This is a good debut album despite some hiccups. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Ultimate Sinatra’ 4-CD Collection

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The four-CD and digital deluxe editions of 'Ultimate Sinatra' offer a top-quality survey of the best work "The Voice" did during every stage of his recording career. Read More »

Music Review: Broadway’s Anika Larsen – ‘Sing You to Sleep’

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Indeed, anyone falling asleep before the final track ends will be missing some very fine music. Read More »

Music Review: Dizzy Gillespie – ‘Live at Ronnie Scott’s: Volumes 1-4′

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Dizzy Gillespie’s 'Live at Ronnie Scott’s: Volumes 1-4' makes for the kind of treasure that will warm the ears of happy jazz fans all over the planet. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Hackett – ‘Wolflight’

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Steve Hackett Dances With Wolves on his stunning new solo album. Read More »

Music Review: Van Morrison – ‘Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue’

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This re-working of Van Morrison songs as duets with famous friends is loose, relaxed, and a joy to hear. Read More »