Deeply moving music for grown ups that will leave no listener untouched.
Her second album reveals a softer, sunnier side to this up-and-coming artist just in time for summer.
The 31-year-old singer/songwriter, whose latest LP Moving Up Living Down is moving up the charts, talks about songwriting and defying conventions.
Norah Jones goes edgy on her latest album.
This early work fails to stand up well to the test of time despite his obvious musical ability.
With this 1971 album, James Taylor set the standard for singer-songwriters then and now.
A tapestry of 20th century music, life, and love by a Natural Woman.
Pop queen Madonna is back with a vengeance.
Hell in a Handbasket proves that Meat Loaf still has the ability to create a powerful and moving CD.
Playlist is a nicely priced retrospective of Melissa Manchester’s hits, singles, and rarities.