According to JeffBuckley.com, we've got some new sonic goodness to look forward to. Five years after his death, we're finally gonna get to hear his very first recordings.
For anybody who has heard the lush orchestral dreamscapes that Evans' built for Miles Davis, or his own experiments in arranging on his solo albums (the most famous of which was the source of Crease’s title), Out of the Cool may be the closest they'll come to understanding the man who created them.
Is that "Paranoid Android" on piano I hear? It sure is... Is this elevator music? Nope. This is good stuff.
"A-flutter, as an album, is kind of a messy composition... but here's a thought from the wistful and surprisingly beautiful album closer "Wake": "There are prices you can learn to love to pay."
Les Paul recently celebrated his 87th birthday doing what he's done for the past fifty years: entertaining audiences by playing his namesake electric guitar.
Just as New Shimmer is both a desert topping and a floor wax, Inside Classic Rock Tracks is both a handy tool for songwriters and producers seeking inspiration, and a nice guide for listeners, providing new insights into songs heard on the radio every day.
Mark Jenkins in Slate writes this week that the problems faced by the Music Industry are the fault of, well, the Music Industry.
All the proof anyone needed was in Jack White’s guitar solo on NYC Cops.
I am one of those "rare" Buffalo Springfield fans that actually became a fan when they were still together as a band. I remember seeing them at the Melodyland Theatre in Anaheim, California, back in the 1960's.