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Music Review: Malynda Hale – The Train Ride Home

Rising R&B pop star Malynda Hale is a talent worth checking out. Read More »

Music Review: Cool Million – III

Soulful European production duo joins forces with international vocalists for a refreshingly funky third album. Read More »

Music Review: The Beat – The Complete Beat

You'll discover there was and is no other band like The Beat Read More »

Music Review: Bobby Womack – The Bravest Man in the Universe

Bobby Womack’s new album is grounded in the rich well of African-American soul and gospel but painted with modern colors. Read More »

Music Review: The Orlons – The Wah-Watusi/South Street

Two bouncy, early-'60s R&B albums by a very good vocal group. Read More »

Movie Review: Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly

Feel good by doin' good! Read More »

Music Review: Little Willie John – Complete Hit Singles A’s & B’s [2-CD Set]

Little Willie John's Complete Hit Singles A's and B's is a gift to lovers of soul, R&B, and early rock and roll. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – The Very Best of T.S.O.B. Records

Fired-up funk, soul-powered vocals, and disco nuggets comprise this delightful compilation of early-'80s New York grooves. Read More »

Music Review: Bobby Dirninger – The Book

One of the better blues based albums to come out in a while - respects the old but embraces something new. Read More »

Music Review: B.T. Express – Keep It Up

The '70s ensemble known for "Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)" continued into the '80s with a disco-funk hybrid. Read More »