Wesseltoft's conception for "Change" is a wonderful blend of sounds from four decades underpinned by a dry, cool beat.
You don't have to be a jazz snob to enjoy Coltrane when he's playing a blues jam like "Traneing In."
Charles Earland tackles a happy Chicago tune that was sadly part of trumpet great Lee Morgan's last recorded performances.
Nothing like some good, funked-up hard rock from The Mule to get your weekend kick-started.
Chicks who play whack jazz on accordion are hawt.
A good song should make you feel good. More than any other song I've heard this year, this one does.
Overlooked blues troubadour Kent DuChaine makes a rip-roaring tribute to his vintage Cadillac.
I don't know why Farris didn't give us an encore to "I Know."
The anthem of Rod Stewart when he was a Young Turk.
Mid-tempo, old-school funk married to George Benson-style scatting? I'm there!
Newman gives seperate but equal treatment to Northerners and Southerners alike.
A forgotten, tasty slice of mid-seventies album rock.
Only one band sings about Santa Ana winds and drinking kirshwasser from a shell on the same song.
This song has claimed a permanent spot in my mind's record rotation. Which is quite alright.
Quiet majesty from one of rock's best husband-and-wife duos.
Tom Cora's gumption was decidedly not in limbo for "Hallelujah Anyway."
The devil's "Kashmir."
Chris Rea has a one track mind when it comes to "Texas."
How about a little funk for your Friday?
Cray has the top down and Howlin' Wolf on the radio.