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Music Review: Garry Dial & Terre Roche – US An’Them

A collection of national anthems given modern jazz treatments -- a strange idea but it works. Read More »

Music Review: Juaneco y Su Combo – Masters Of Chicha Volume 1

The music is infectious, fun, and never boring. Read More »

Music Review: Rodrigo y Gabriela – Live in Japan

Recommended if you like acoustic guitars, hand percussion, jazz, Latin rhythms, and the driving energy of metal. Read More »

Retro Redux: Easy Does It – The Music Of Percy Faith

A piano prodigy who lost his playing ability in a tragic accident, but still became a world-famous musical star. Read More »

Music Review: Ry Cooder – The Ry Cooder Anthology: The UFO Has Landed

A stunning two-disc anthology presents Ry Cooder at his best. Read More »

Music Review: Leonardo E.M. Cioglia – Contos

Cioglia's proper debut is a Brazilian-flavored modern jazz record of much depth and beauty. Read More »

Music Review: Enrique Morente – Pablo de Malaga

Flamenco legend Enrique Morente returns with a recording based on Picasso's writings about his childhood in Malaga, Spain. Read More »

Music Review: Los Fabulocos Featuring Kid Ramos Los Fabulocos

Los Fabulocos are an extremely talented and versatile band that can play just about any style of popular music, from both sides of the Rio Grande. Read More »

Music Review: Various Performers – Sprigs Of Time: 78s From The EMI Vaults

An interesting, but confusing, melange of sounds and music that has been arranged with apparently little rhyme or reason. Read More »

Music Review: Santana – Multi Dimensional Warrior

For going on four decades now, Carlos Santana has been a national musical treasure. Read More »