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Music Review: Ray Charles – ‘Genius Loves Company’ [10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition]

Ray Charles - Genius Loves Company (10th Anniversary)

The reissue of Ray Charles' 'Genius Loves Company' is an upgrade for those who bought the original album and a treat for those who missed it the first time around. Read More »

Music Review: Long John Baldry – ‘The Best of the Stony Plain Years’

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Stony Plain Records' compilation of choice cuts from Long John Baldry are an affordable introduction to the British blues legend's latter-day work. Read More »

Music Review: Elton John – ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ [40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition]

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'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' (40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) does a magnificent job in honoring one of the key records of the '70s. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: Various Performers – ‘The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert’

Elton John + Axle Rose Mercury Tribute Concert

A must-have for Queen's fans. Read More »

Actors and Acting: How the Lowly Have Risen

Once disparaged, the acting profession has risen in prestige until the great thespians are practically Lords and Ladies. What happened? Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Billy Elliot The Musical by Lee Hall and Elton John at the Pantages

The classic story about the boy who wants to dance dances its way into LA hearts. Read More »

Music Review: Aretha Franklin – Knew You Were Waiting: The Best of Aretha Franklin 1980-1998

Aretha Franklin’s Arista singles are an essential chapter of post-70s rhythm and blues. Read More »

Music Review: Kate Bush – 50 Words For Snow

It's never a Merry Christmas when you're alone and missing your snowman. Read More »

Music Review: Ben Folds – The Best Imitation of Myself: A Retrospective

The same guy wrote all these songs? Pretty incredible. Read More »

Music Review: Puddle Of Mudd – Re:(disc)overed

Aggro-rockers Puddle Of Mudd paddle into the muddy waters of the seventies for a very fun, if slightly guilty sounding pleasure. Read More »